White-nose syndrome continues to threaten U.S. bat populations

06/22/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Bat populations across the U.S. remain at risk for white-nose syndrome, which was detected last month in Oklahoma. Experts say the discovery of the disease in Oklahoma is a concern because the animals share caves with migratory Mexican bats, which could further spread the disease.

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