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“It is important for us to monitor long-term trends in bats to assess impacts on bat populations from WNS and recovery from it, if recovery occurs. This data should help us to track WNS impacts and focus mitigation measures by species and area to minimize WNS impacts on our ecology and economy and maximize WNS recovery."

- Orville Dyer, Ecosystem Biologist, Government of BC

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