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Deadly fungus found in Minnesota bat caves, including Northland ...

Deadly fungus found in Minnesota bat caves, including Northland ... | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
The fungus that causes deadly white-nose syndrome in bats has been found in two of Minnesota's largest bat caves — the Soudan Underground Mine near Lake Vermilion and a cave at Forestville/Mystery Cave State Park in ...
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Fish And Wildlife Service Urged To Speed Protection For Bats - The Chattanoogan

Fish And Wildlife Service Urged To Speed Protection For Bats
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Two dozen conservation and animal-welfare groups sent a letter today urging the U.S.
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Hiking for bats - Visalia Times-Delta

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Hiking for bats
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The opportunity to see what it's like when bats come out to feed, and witness their nightly ritual, will take place today during a hike and presentation at the Dry Creek Preserve.
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How bats track bugs through trees - Futurity: Research News

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How bats track bugs through trees
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Bats are amazingly skilled at tracking bugs through trees. How they do it could help explain how people focus on objects in cluttered scenes.
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Bat deaths prompt change at wind farm - Las Vegas Review-Journal

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Bat deaths prompt change at wind farm Las Vegas Review-Journal A White Pine County wind farm that sells power to NV Energy has been forced to change operations after its massive turbines killed triple the number of bats allowed under an agreement...
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WATCH: Why do Bats Transmit so many Diseases like Ebola ...

WATCH: Why do Bats Transmit so many Diseases like Ebola ... | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
Bats appear to carry more human-killing diseases than pretty much any other animal, but it's not entirely their fault.
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Nebraska workshops to educate teachers about bats - Sioux City Journal

Nebraska workshops to educate teachers about bats
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(AP) — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and Fulbright's EcoLeadership Program have scheduled two educator workshops on bats.
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Can Scientists Protect Alaska's Bats? - Alaska Public Radio Network

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In Tracking Bats, It Helps To Find Them Adorable - NPR

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In Tracking Bats, It Helps To Find Them Adorable
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Listen to the Story. Weekend Edition Saturday. 4 min 27 sec. Playlist; Download. Julia Hoeh is a bat tracker.
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MIAMI: Endangered bats found only in South Florida find haven at golf course | Environment | Columbus Ledger Enquirer

Giselle Hosein peers into the dark sky above a manicured fairway on the Coral Gables Granada Golf Course, trying hard to see what she can so far only hear: an elusive Florida bonneted bat, among the rarest in the world.
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To help Georgia's bats, count them this summer - Savannah Morning News

To help Georgia's bats, count them this summer
Savannah Morning News
Head out to Daffin or Forsyth parks on a summer evening and you're likely to see bats swooping over the open fields, greedily reducing Chatham County's mosquito population.
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Take Me Outside: New Hampshire's bats could use a hand - Concord Monitor

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Take Me Outside: New Hampshire's bats could use a hand
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One free and natural treat of the twilight hours is observing the world's only flying mammals, the bats. Don't worry about them flying into your hair.
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Agency closes caves in Arkansas to try to protect bats - KY3

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Agency closes caves in Arkansas to try to protect bats
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The U.S. Forest Service closed nearly all its caves in Arkansas to the public in hopes of curbing the spread of white-nose syndrome, which is a fungus that is fatal to bats.
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Secrets and Mysteries of Bats Full Documentary

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Woodchester Mansion records 'biggest greater horseshoe bat' - BBC News

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Woodchester Mansion records 'biggest greater horseshoe bat'
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A Victorian mansion known for its rare bats has recorded its biggest specimen since studies began there in the 1950s.
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Bats bolster brain hypothesis, maybe technology, too - Phys.Org

Bats bolster brain hypothesis, maybe technology, too - Phys.Org | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
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Bats bolster brain hypothesis, maybe technology, too
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Bats send out harmonic pairs of frequencies to sense where things are.
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White-nose syndrome affecting bats throughout the U.S. - WTOP

White-nose syndrome affecting bats throughout the U.S.
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WASHINGTON -- The deadly fungus killing bats has now spread to Arkansas, Michigan and Wisconsin, among other states. White-nose syndrome has affected 25 U.S.
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3 Ways to Keep Bats Away from Wind Turbines - Scientific American

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3 Ways to Keep Bats Away from Wind Turbines
Scientific American
Wind turbines are a notorious hazard for birds, but less well known is the danger they pose to bats.
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-Chico State student building bat boxes for research project - Mercury-Register

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-Chico State student building bat boxes for research project
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She describes red bats as "adorable" and her eyes brighten at the mere idea of seeing the ears on a pallid bat up close.
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A functional role of the sky’s polarization pattern for orientation in the greater mouse-eared bat : Nature Communications : Nature Publishing Group

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UN warns West Africans to stay away from fruit bats as Ebola spreads - Al Jazeera America

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UN warns West Africans to stay away from fruit bats as Ebola spreads
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Fruit bats are among the most notorious for spreading disease, according to the FAO.
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Geography in the News: Bats Dying - National Geographic

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Geography in the News: Bats Dying
National Geographic
The white-nose syndrome is just the latest threat to the world's bat populations. It was first identified in late 2006 in caves in Albany, N.Y., where as many as 11,000 bats died.
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New Hope for Struggling Night Creature - Wall Street Journal

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New Hope for Struggling Night Creature
Wall Street Journal
ALTAMONT, N.Y.—Thirty minutes after sunset, Carl Herzog drove down a country road on a mission to count bats. Mr.
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Bat colony brings crowds to Columbia City neighborhood - KING5.com

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Bat colony brings crowds to Columbia City neighborhood
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It's not the Space Needle or Pike Place Market, but a new tourist attraction has popped up, or rather flown in, to a Seattle neighborhood.
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Bat cave study finds more white nose survival - The State

Bat cave study finds more white nose survival
The State
MONTPELIER, Vt.
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Vampire Bats' Blood Diet Numbed Their Taste Buds - D-brief ...

Vampire Bats' Blood Diet Numbed Their Taste Buds - D-brief ... | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
Vampire bats, unlike most animals, have a poor taste for bitterness. It's likely due to genes that got garbled as they evolved their specialized diet.
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