Carlsbad Caverns: Extra precautions after white nose syndrome spreads to half of United States
Photo courtesy Peter Jones/National Park Service Mexican free-tailed bats fly out of the entrance to Carlsbad Caverns National Park.Full Story
#1 Apr 18, 2014
I wonder if the "Brown Nose Syndrome" is still out there ?
#2 Apr 20, 2014
It's areal and present danger to our insect eating friends the bats .
All caves on public lands that have bat colonies are closed to most people and those who can go are required to decontaminate before entering one ,.
WNS White Noe Syndrome apparently started on the East Coast and has reached as far west as the Rockies .
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