Updated WNS map May 7, 2014

Reflects white-nose sydrome confirmed in Keweenaw County, Michigan and vsible signs of the fungus in Boone County, Missouri and Paulding County, Georgia. Also reflects removal of Oklahoma as a state where white-nose syndrome was suspected. After re-examining an Oklahoma bat specimen originally tested in 2010, scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center dropped Oklahoma from the list of areas where White-Nose Syndrome in bats has been suspected or confirmed.
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