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Oklahoma is No Longer ‘Suspect’ for WNS

Improved testing procedures now find that the original diagnosis was in error

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Apply Now for a WNS Research Grant

BCI and The Nature Conservancy's Tennessee Chapter announce 2014 grants for research on White-nose Syndrome. Learn More.

White-nose Syndrome hits Arkansas bats

Scientists report the first new state to face the devastating disease

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WNS Fungus Reaches Minnesota

The fungus that causes White-nose Syndrome is confirmed in the northeastern and southeastern corners of the state.

WNS Fungus found in the UK

The fungus – but no disease – is confirmed in the United Kingdom.

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WNS in Arkansas

WNS-causing fungus confirmed in Arkansas.

WNS confirmed in Georgia

WNS continues to move south and is confirmed in Georgia.
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WNS hits South Carolina

White-nose Syndrome is now battering bat populations in 21 U.S. States and 5 Canadian provinces.
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