People can unknowingly cause white-nose syndrome to spread when bats hide in camper awnings, umbrellas and trucks, then get transported to new areas by humans, say Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative officials. Jordi Segers, the cooperative's white-nose syndrome program coordinator, suggests checking for stowaway bats before traveling and obtaining professional help to move the animals if needed.
Canadian officials ask campers, truckers to check for stowaway bats
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