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Bats Successfully Treated for WNS Released Back Into the Wild

Bats successfully treated for white-nose syndrome were released back into the wild in Missouri.  These 150 bats were part of BCI-supported research and one of the first field trials of a biological control agent to control the fungus that causes WNS.

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Conservation Deal Saves the World’s Largest Bat Colony on Halloween

City of San Antonio, The Nature Conservancy & Bat Conservation International purchase $20.5 million property in the Texas Hill Country to safeguard bats, water supply and endangered songbirds.

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BCI Joins the NatureServe Network

Bat Conservation International becomes the first associate member

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BCI Welcomes Seasoned New Hires

Two veteren Conservationists are joining us in key leadership posts.

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A New Leader for BCI

Please join Bat Conservation International in welcoming our new Executive Director

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