White-nose Syndrome Increasingly Affecting Wisconsin Bats
Clip: Season 1400 Episode 1445 | 4m 50s | Video has closed captioning.
Department of Natural Resources conservation biologist J. Paul White said the syndrome wakes bats from hibernation early, forcing them into winter climates they cannot handle. More than 6 million bats have died since white-nose syndrome was found in New York in 2006.
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