The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has confirmed that two Tennessee bats have tested positive for white nose syndrome.
White-nose syndrome news
posted October 16, 2010
posted October 12, 2010
State Wildlife Agencies like the Pennsylvania Game Commission are ratcheting up their response to white nose syndrome in order to better understand the disease and hopefully slow its spread to other states.
Source: Pennsylvania Game Commission
posted October 7, 2010
A leading bat expert with the USDA Forest Service's Southern Research Station identified nine bat species in Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee that she believes are severely threatened by white nose syndrome.
Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture