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White Nose Syndrome is spreading fast, wiping out hibernation colonies
White Nose Syndrome is spreading fast, wiping out hibernation colonies

White Nose Syndrome kills 90% of Northeastern bats

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Researchers say a disease called 'white nose syndrome' has killed more than 90 percent of the bats in the North Country and in caves across the Northeast. The report issued yesterday by New York's Conservation Department found that some of the most important hibernation sites have been completely wiped out. North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann reports.

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Adirondack Bureau Chief

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