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Greenspace"Bat biologists are saying a human-caused jump of white-nose syndrome into the western United States could be absolutely devastating, so why are some federal land managers taking the risk and leaving caves open?”...
SAFE BATS: Iowa's DNR is keeping the Maquoketa Caves State Park caves closed this summer to help protect bats from a deadly diseaseStaff WriterThe Iowa Department of Natural Resources wants to help slow or stop the spread of a disease that's been killing bats across the country, so the caves at Maquoketa Caves State Park will remain closed for the upcoming summer season. Earlier this month,...
L.A. UnleashedBOSTON — Scientists may have found some ways to help the nation's bats, which are being wiped out by a novel fungal disease. Lab tests show that several drugs can fight the fungus and that some antiseptics might help decontaminate......
Bat roundup: Relocating in Cocoa Beach, and a federal proposal to deal with fatal white-nose syndrome: Your views requestedAnimal Crazy - Orlando SentinelFlorida Today reported Tuesday, Oct. 26, that the picnic pavilion at the Cocoa Beach Aquatic Center has been closed because bats have moved into the rafters. Wisely, the center is eager to keep bats around because they're such great mosquito-eaters. So to...
GreenspaceThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday released a national plan to enhance collaboration among the states, federal agencies and tribes trying to manage a rapidly spreading disease that has killed more than 1 million hibernating bats since it......
Lehigh Valley WildPennsylvania's two wildlife agencies, the Pa. Game Commission and the Pa. Fish and Boat Commission, both concluded their regular quarterly meetings today. The game commission finalized the 2011-12 hunting and trapping seasons and bag limits and...
L.A. UnleashedCONCORD, N.H. — Biologist Susi von Oettingen walked into the dark World War II-era military bunker and took out her flashlight. Among the old pipes, wires and machinery parts, she saw some bats hanging from cracks in the cement walls......
Environmental group urges wildlife officials to close state-owned caves to slow the spread of bat diseaseL.A. UnleashedALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A mysterious disease that has ravaged bat populations in the Northeastern United States is threatening to spread West, potentially triggering a mass die-off of the flying mammals, which help control populations of insects that can...
A fungus thats been killing bats in New York, Massachusetts and Vermont over the past 3 years has now spread to connecticut. Today the DEP announced it has found thousands of batsstricken with what's called "White nose Syndrome" in caves near Roxbury in...
Researchers have found a clue in the mysterious die-off of bats that has struck the northeastern United States -- a new fungus that so far seems to be present only in afflicted bats and in caves where the die-off has occurred. "The fungus is in some way...
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