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WNS reaches Ohio

Wildlife officials have confirmed the first case of White-nose Syndrome in Ohio.

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WNS reaches North Carolina

White-nose Syndrome hits North Carolina bats.

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WNS fungus reaches Indiana

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources announced that a bat from Washington County, Indiana has tested positive for the fungus Geomyces destructans.

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Comments Sought on Federal WNS Plan

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing a coordinated national plan to address WNS.

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WNS threatens Texas bats

BCI's Mylea Bayless joins other biologists on a Texas Parks and Wildlife video discussing the threat of White-nose Syndrome.

WNS-associated fungus on gray bats

WNS-associated fungus detected on federally endangered gray bats in Missouri.

White-nose Syndrome reaches into Delaware

With this addition WNS now impacts 13 States and...

WNS Detected in Ontario Bats

The first case of bats with White-nose syndrome in Ontario has been confirmed.

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