Bat Monday / Lundi des Chauve-souris 29 April 2019

This is your weekly Bat Monday, brought to you by the Canadian national white-nose syndrome coordinator. Bat Monday compiles the latest on bat and white-nose syndrome related news articles, scientific publications, videos, and other resources. The content below is provided in its original language.


1. Publication: Combinations of reproductive, individual, and weather effects best explain torpor patterns among female little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus)

2. Publication: Patterns of acoustical activity of bats prior to and 10 years after WNS on Fort Drum Army Installation, New York 3. Publication: White-nose syndrome restructures bat skin microbiomes 4. Publication: Streptomyces corynorhini sp. nov., isolated from Townsend’s big-eared bats (Corynorhinus townsendii) 5. Publication: Numerous cold arousals and rare arousal cascades as a hibernation strategy in European Myotis bats 6. Article: First western long-eared bat with white-nose syndrome found in Washington 7. Article: Public asked to help monitor WNS in bats 8. Article: B.C. stalls on promise to enact endangered species law 9. Article: Iowa DNR looking for volunteers to conduct bat research 10. Article: Appear in Seattle area: White-nose syndrome threatens bat population 11. Article: A Safe Space for Bats: New technology reduces bat take at wind farms 12. Article: The importance of bats in the Black Hills 13. Article: Bat expert says region's bats are in trouble 14. Article: Appreciating Detroit’s urban wildlife 15. Article: Meet the Woman Who’s Nursed Hundreds of NJ Bats Back to Health 16. Article: CPN Conservation Camp connects Native American youth to traditional teachings, career opportunities 17. Article: ND has a variety of endangered species, both local and migratory 18. Article: Enviva helps protect threatened habitat, watershed in Virginia 19. Video: Protecting Bats from White-Nose Syndrome in BC Parks 20. Video: Swabbing Bats To Check For The Deadly "White Nose Syndrome" 21. Webinar: Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan, Native Prairie Speaker Series: Bats with Craig Willis


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