WNS Information Resources
|White-nose Syndrome Surveillance and Response Plan for North Carolina - December 2013||2.44 MB|
Ohio counties reporting confirmed:
Ashland, Athens, Madison, Sandusky, Union, Wayne and Warren
Ohio counties reported as suspect:
|Battle for Bats brochure (July 2013, print version, pdf)||2.85 MB|
|Battle for Bats brochure (July 2013, web version, pdf)||263.08 KB|
Alabama adding Lauderdale County as suspect.
Tennessee confirming Claiborne, Greene, Meigs and Union counties.
Massachusetts reporting Barnstable County confirmed.
Georgia reporting Gilmer County as confirmed.
Kentucky reporting Elliott, Whitley, Jackson, Pulaski, Meade and Rockcastle counties confirmed.
“White-nose syndrome” (WNS) is an emerging fungal disease of North American bat species.
|Colorado Division of Wildlife White-Nose Syndrome in Bats Response Plan - 2012||788.77 KB|
Missouri confirming Washington and Franklin counties.
Tennessee confirming Hickman, Perry, Lewis, Lawrence, Dickson, White, Grundy, Marion, and Putnam counties.
Updated map for 3/21/2013
Ontario, Canada confirms a portion of the Sudbury District
Georgia confirms Walker County
Pennsylvania reports Cumberland County as suspect
March 1, 2013 WNS map
Prince Edward Island, Canada:
Prince and Queens counties confirmed
New Brunswick, Canada:
Northumberland County confirmed
Hardin, LaSalle, Monroe, and Pope counties confirmed