The Craig Fahle Show

White Nose Syndrome Confirmed in Bats in Michigan

Friday April 11, 2014

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Dr. Alan Kurta; Professor Biology Eastern Michigan University discusses the white nose syndrome that is affecting Michigan bats. White-nose syndrome (WNS) has been found in three Michigan counties: Alpena, Dickinson and Mackinac. The disease was first documented in 2006 in a cave in upstate New York. Eleven species of bat have been infected and over 6 million have died.