Bats still dying, feds trying to organize a protection strategy
Several recent spurts of news on the disappearing bats of the eastern US have managed to get past The Tracker. However today I happened to note a roundup in the Boston Globe by Beth Daly, which includes a deft summary of the situation and moves the ball forward a bit on strategies to help the bats recover. As has been the case for years, the prime suspect is a fungal infection that gives afflicted animals a tell-tale white nose.
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