White-nose Syndrome News of 2016: The good, the bad, the ugly

Its Bat Week 2016.  10 years have passed since a fungal disease called white-nose syndrome was discovered.  The disease has killed over 6 million bats in North America and some species are now endangered.  White-nose syndrome is often called the most critical threat to wildlife today.  Let’s review some of the top white-nose syndrome news stories from the last year.  The good, the bad and the ugly.


A group of hibernating myotis (J. Segers)

The good


The bad

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Submitted by Jordi Segers, CWHC White-nose Syndrome Program Coordinator


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