Susan Kwasniak
Susan Kwasniak Campaign leader

We just received tragic news about White-nose Syndrome (WNS), the disease that has been decimating North American bat populations for the past six years. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today that White-nose Syndrome has now killed more than 5.7 million bats. The new estimate, which…Read More

Susan Kwasniak
Susan Kwasniak Campaign leader

The United Nations has proclaimed 2012 as International Year of the Bat to build awareness of the benefits of bats and the need for bat…Read More

Susan Kwasniak
Susan Kwasniak Campaign leader

Bats need your help more than ever! White-nose Syndrome (WNS) has killed millions of North American Bats in the past 5 years. Bat fatalities on wind farms continue, including endangered Indiana bats. And habitat loss, depleted water sources, bushmeat hunting, vandalism and human ignorance continue…Read More

Susan Kwasniak
Susan Kwasniak Campaign leader

WNS has killed more than one million bats and continues to spread rapidly. Bats save US farmers over $3 Billion a year in pesticide usage & lost crops. It's more than the environment--the loss of bats will most likely increase the cost of food on your table. Please sign this…Read More

Susan Kwasniak
Susan Kwasniak Campaign leader

Merlin Tuttle, Bat Conservation International's Founder along with BCI Executive Director, Nina Fascione will speak at the Chicago Field Museum on Saturday, October 15th. Join us to learn more about bats and White-nose Syndrome, the disease that has killed over one million North American bats in…Read More

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