For the Love of Bats

As the sun sets, our team gets to work...even we need reminding sometimes that we do what we do all for the love of bats:)

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Fungus that's killed millions of bats found for the first time in Saskatchewan- The Toronto Star

Wildlife Conservation Society Canada researchers have found the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome in eatsern Saskatchewan, despite hopes the western grasslands would prove a barrier.

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Applying tools and knowledge for critical on -the-ground action for the future of bats in western Canada.


Bats are the world’s only flying mammal; they are more closely related to humans than mice, and they live life on the edge...


Western Canada Bat Conservation Program

 

  

Photo Credits: header photo- Michael Proctor, feature photos- Hildegard Gerlach, Marvin Moriarty-USFWS, mosiac photos- BC Bat Action Team, Dana Blouin, BatCaver Program

        

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