This bat died of white-nose syndrome in an abandoned mine in Rosendale, N.Y. A bat found in North Bend in April died of the syndrome, the most western reach of the deadly disease in the U.S. Research shows the fungus that causes the syndrome likely came from the Eastern U.S.
This bat died of white-nose syndrome in an abandoned mine in Rosendale, N.Y. A bat found in North Bend in April died of the syndrome, the most western reach of the deadly disease in the U.S. Research shows the fungus that causes the syndrome likely came from the Eastern U.S. Mike Groll AP file, 2009
This bat died of white-nose syndrome in an abandoned mine in Rosendale, N.Y. A bat found in North Bend in April died of the syndrome, the most western reach of the deadly disease in the U.S. Research shows the fungus that causes the syndrome likely came from the Eastern U.S. Mike Groll AP file, 2009

Deadly bat fungus in Washington likely originated in Eastern US

August 20, 2016 03:01 AM

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