I wonder how many bats coal and nuclear power plants killed last year? From the University of Colorado Denver Bats pollinate crops, control insects DENVER (Nov. 15, 2013) - More than 600000 bats were killed by wind ...
Alaska Dispatch Alaska's visiting bats and the hot maggots of autumn Alaska Dispatch After she read a column on Alaska bats, Pat Holloway of Fairbanks sent a photo of a little brown bat that made it into her house this summer.
How hibernacula may help scientists understand a deadly bat disease MTPR Where bats hibernate, how warm or cold, and how dry or damp the environment is, are questions being asked as researchers and recreationists explore Montana's caves.
Outside the companies getting subsidy money from the government, not many people like wind turbines. It wasn't efficient in the 1300s and is not very good now, so energy scientists think it is a waste.
Pennsylvania Game Commission tries to rescue dwindling number of bats Tribune-Review A swirl of black dashes, tens of thousands of bats used to swarm the Winfield Township entrance of Long Run Mine, straddling Butler and Armstrong counties, once...
Forest Service Puts Out 'Bat' Signal for You to Get Involved USDA.gov (press release) (blog) Indiana bats, such as this one, are part of a monitoring program on the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia.
INL Site biologists capture rare bat visitor Idaho State Journal Scientists and collaborators with the Environmental Surveillance, Education, and Research (ESER) Program recently captured a rare visitor to one of Idaho's desert caves on the Idaho...
RedOrbit Why killing vampire bats won't stop spread of rabies NBCNews.com Controlling the population of vampire bats by using poison or even explosives has been a decades-old way of trying to curb the spread of rabies in Latin America, but new...
A colony of northern long-eared bats (Myotis septentrionalis) in a cave. Populations of northern long-eared bats in the Northeast have declined by about 99 percent due to white-nose syndrome. (Credit: USFWS) The U.S.
How to Save Bats From Wind Turbine Massacres ABC News According to Bat Conservation International of Austin, Texas, the "low end estimate" of the value of bats to U.S. agriculture is at least $3.7 billion.
Science Recorder Wind energy turbines kill hundreds of thousands of bats Science Recorder Birds aren't the only wildlife potentially imperiled by wind energy turbines. The blades kill large numbers of bats, too.
The Times (subscription) US Wind Turbines Kill Over 600000 Bats A Year (And Plenty Of Birds Too) iScienceTimes.com Wind turbines killed hundreds of thousands of bats in 2012 in the United States, according to an article by Mark Hayes of the...
Professor wants to track bats in Nebraska San Francisco Chronicle University of Nebraska at Kearney associate professor Keith Geluso says bats play an important role in the state by devouring mosquitoes and several insect pests that can damage crops.
Sci-News.com Mortlock Flying Fox: Study Reveals New Info on World's Least-Studied Bat Sci-News.com Taxonomy, distribution, and natural history of flying foxes (Chiroptera, Pteropodidae) in the Mortlock Islands and Chuuk State, Caroline Islands.
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