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What Are Bat Surveys And Why Do I Need One? - ZME Science

What Are Bat Surveys And Why Do I Need One? - ZME Science | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
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Students Engineer Help For Bats Fighting White Nose Syndrome - Popular Science

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Kevin Keel would rather not infect bats on purpose.
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Federal agency's decision on bat's status of great interest to Kansas developers - Kansas.com

Federal agency's decision on bat's status of great interest to Kansas developers - Kansas.com | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
The U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife will decide whether to list the northern long-eared bat as endangered, threatened or not listed on April 2.
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'Bats: A World of Science and Mystery' - Wall Street Journal

In a new book with images of a wide selection of the 1,300-odd species of bats, bat researchers M. Brock Fenton and Nancy B. Simmons show that bats can be beautiful.
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Wildlife and renewable energy: German politics cross migratory bats

Wildlife and renewable energy: German politics cross migratory bats | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
Publication » Wildlife and renewable energy: German politics cross migratory bats.
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More bats found dead of white-nose syndrome in Upper Peninsula

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has received its first report this winter of bats dying from white-nose syndrome, a dangerous fungal infection that is expected to kill many more of the winged creatures.
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Landscape & Urban Design - Bat Conservation Trust

Landscape & Urban Design - Bat Conservation Trust | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
The Bat Conservation Trust was formed in 1990 as an umbrella organisation for the rapidly growing network of bat groups, providing support, training and advice. BCT now acts as the national voice for bat conservation.
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A bat-killing disease is even more destructive than previously thought - PRI

A bat-killing disease is even more destructive than previously thought - PRI | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
White-nose syndrome has killed over 5 million bats in North America since 2008, according to the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
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Senators oppose endangered status for bats - Rapid City Journal

Senators oppose endangered status for bats - Rapid City Journal | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
South Dakota's John Thune and other U.S. senators sent a letter Wednesday to federal regulators expressing concern about the potential listing of the northern long-eared bat as an endangered species.
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Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes Weakened Protections for Vanishing Bat

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How Does White-Nose Syndrome Kill Bats? - United States Geological Survey (press release)

How Does White-Nose Syndrome Kill Bats? - United States Geological Survey (press release) | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
For the first time, scientists have developed a detailed explanation of how white-nose syndrome (WNS) is killing millions of bats in North America, according to a new study by the U.S. Geological Survey and the University of Wisconsin.
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Study: Small Child Playing With Fruit Bats Initiated West African Ebola Virus ... - Roll Call (blog)

The Ebola virus continues to ravage several West African countries. The origins of the current version of virus appears to have started as the result of a
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Museum search turns up new species of Alaska-dwelling bat - Alaska Dispatch

Museum search turns up new species of Alaska-dwelling bat - Alaska Dispatch | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
A new type of bat has been discovered in Alaska, and no one even had to explore a cave to find it.
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Badass bat of the Negev eats scorpions - Haaretz

Badass bat of the Negev eats scorpions - Haaretz | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
Physiological studies on the long-eared bats' adaptation to desert life found by the bye that they like scorpions, and yes, they do get stung.
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White-nose syndrome has almost completely wiped out some North American ... - Science AAAS

White-nose syndrome has almost completely wiped out some North American ... - Science  AAAS | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
Researchers see declines of up to 98% in some locations
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Scientists measure bat populations in post-wildfire habitats - Phys.Org

Scientists measure bat populations in post-wildfire habitats - Phys.Org | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
Two NAU researchers are learning more about how bats are faring in the post-wildfire Ponderosa pine forests, of which 3.2 million acres have been scorched during the past decade.
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Fungus threatens bats where they sleep - New Jersey Herald

Fungus threatens bats where they sleep - New Jersey Herald | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
Fungus threatens bats where they sleep New Jersey Herald It likes dark and dank caves and skipped across the Atlantic Ocean less than a decade ago to take up residence and sap the life out of the bats that once found the caves perfect for sleeping...
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White-nose syndrome spreading among Wisconsin bats

White-nose syndrome spreading among Wisconsin bats | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
The disease has wide-ranging impacts, especially for agriculture, because bats pollinate, disperse seeds and consume massive quantities of insects.
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Amazon Cloud Gets a Little Greener with Indiana Wind Farm Deal

Amazon Cloud Gets a Little Greener with Indiana Wind Farm Deal | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it

Under pressure from greens, Amazon Web Services – the online retail giant’s market-leading cloud business – is moving to clean up its carbon act. 

Early last year, after a long process, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued an incidental take permit to Fowler Ridge, including the planned fourth phase. It’s basically an acknowledgment that some bats will be killed at the wind farm, but requires the operators take various measures “to avoid, minimize or mitigate adverse impacts.

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US signals it may downgrade protections for vanishing bat - Yahoo News

US signals it may downgrade protections for vanishing bat - Yahoo News | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
The Obama administration signaled on Thursday it may classify a bat decimated by a fungal disease as threatened, rather than endangered, which would allow activities such as logging of trees the bats use for forage and roosting.
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Good News For Bats! Things Are Looking Up For Stemming Disease Spread - NPR

Good News For Bats! Things Are Looking Up For Stemming Disease Spread - NPR | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
The disease known as white-nose syndrome has killed millions of bats, but scientists are seeing hopeful signs that some bat colonies are recovering.
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No Time for Bats to Rest Easy

No Time for Bats to Rest Easy | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
White-nose syndrome, a disease contracted in hibernation, is threatening a resilient, helpful marvel.
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How Killer Fungus Burns Up Bats From the Inside - National Geographic

How Killer Fungus Burns Up Bats From the Inside - National Geographic | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
White-nose syndrome, which has clobbered U.S. bat populations for seven years, causes severe dehydration and chemical changes in the body, a new study reveals.
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Winter Hibernation Energy Drain: How White-Nose Syndrome Kills Bats - Science 2.0

Winter Hibernation Energy Drain: How White-Nose Syndrome Kills Bats - Science 2.0 | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
Science 2.0 Winter Hibernation Energy Drain: How White-Nose Syndrome Kills Bats Science 2.0 Researchers have developed a detailed explanation of how white-nose syndrome is killing bats in parts of North America - the fungus Pseudogymnoascus...
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Scientists ID Two Bat Species Never Before Seen In Alaska - Alaska Public Radio Network

Scientists ID Two Bat Species Never Before Seen In Alaska - Alaska Public Radio Network | Bat Biology and Ecology | Scoop.it
Scientists are in a race to learn as much as they can about bats in Alaska. And that race has led to the discovery of two new species previously unknown in the state. The Hoary bat and the Yuma bat were both found in Southeast Alaska.
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