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$76,000 Research Grant Awarded to Bat Conservation International to Battle White-nose Syndrome

Grant supports efforts to conserve vital bat species 10 years into the fight against the deadly fungus threatening their survival.    

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Duke Energy Foundation Awards $50,000 to Battle White-nose Syndrome in Bats

The effort to save North America’s imperiled bats has received a boost. Duke Energy Foundation announced today they are awarding $50,000 to support efforts by Bat Conservation International (BCI) to help with the recovery of the continent’s threatened and endangered bat species.

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Wind Turbine Blades Could Decimate North America’s Most Widespread Bat Species.

For Immediate Release: Wind turbine blades could decimate North America's most widespread bat species. 

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Deadly Fungus Invades Texas and is Found on a New Bat Species

The fungus known to cause White-nose Syndrome (WNS), a disease that has decimated hibernating bat populations in the United States and Canada, has been discovered for the first time in Texas.

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BCI Introduces Mike Daulton as its New Executive Director

The Board of Directors couldn’t be more thrilled to have Mike Daulton leading the BCI team,” said Cullen Geiselman, Chair of the BCI Board of Directors.

Read more: BCI Introduces Mike Daulton as its New Executive Director

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