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More WNS sites confirmed in Missour and Ontario. In Ontario, WNS found in Haldimand-Norfolk County, Wellington County and Niagara County. Read more about Missouri http://mdc.mo.gov/newsroom/three-cases-bat-disease-discovered-missouri. Please give to support White-nose Syndrome funding and other important bat conservation issues.
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Officials announced today that White-nose Syndrome
(WNS), the devastating wildlife disease that has killed more than 5.7 million
bats in eastern North America, has reached South Carolina and Georgia. WNS,
which first appeared in upstate New York in 2006, is now attacking bat
populations in 22…Read More
Wildlife group sues for bat-disease documents:
A wildlife advocacy group sued the U.S. Forest Service Wednesday for the release of documents on how the agency plans to keep a disease that has already killed millions of bats in the U.S. and Canada from spreading to the Northern Rocky…Read More
Crowdrise, a crowd-sourcing community of online fundraisers, and Groupon have partnered to award one lucky charity $25,000. Help us make that charity Bat Conservation International! Through the Earth Day Challenge [http://www.crowdrise.com/EarthDay2012], nonprofits will compete with each other to…Read More
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
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