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WNS Fungus Detected in South Dakota

The fungus that causes White-nose Syndrome (WNS) has been detected on bats in South Dakota for the first time.              

 

 

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A Historic Moment: The Lesser Long-nosed Bat Is Delisted

Scientists and conservation groups in both Mexico and the U.S. have worked together over the years towards recovering the lesser long-nosed bat.   

 

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Groundbreaking New Projects Bring Hope for Bats

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) today announced more than $1.36 million in grants to launch the most aggressive effort ever to develop new scientific breakthroughs in the fight against White-nose Syndrome. 

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Fungus Causing White-nose Syndrome Spreads into Central Texas

The fungus that causes White-nose Syndrome (WNS) in bats, detected for the first time in Texas in early 2017 in the Panhandle, has now spread into Central Texas.

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Locals go Loco for Bats

People are going batty at the Bat Loco Bash festival in San Antonio!  Bat parade, music, educational activities - fun for the whole family!

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