Strengthening our Conservation of North American Bats

For the first time in history, North American nations have formalized their shared interest in bat conservation. On April 16, wildlife leaders representing Canada, Mexico and the United States signed a Letter of Intent that will promote monitoring, research and environmentally sustainable policies and practices that support bats and their habitats. The signing was a highlight 2015's annual meeting of the Canada/Mexico/U.S. Trilateral Committee for Wildlife and Ecosystem Conservation and Management and comes at a time when bat populations across North America are increasingly threatened by the disease white-nose syndrome.
A woman and two men sign a letter while two men look on.