Rabid Bats Recently Found in US Homes
As we head into fall, we can expect to see more bat activity, as baby bats are now flying, and it’s not until late fall that they will find a spot to hibernate for the winter.
Bats support our ecosystem[...] Read more
Last year, during routine bat monitoring, a team in New Jersey discovered big brown bats that had engorged ticks on them. This unusual occurrence prompted them to collect the ticks and send their findings to the NJ Dept of Health and Rutgers[...] Read more
White Nose Syndrome has been devastating the bat populations of the Eastern United States for years now; and it may soon be coming to Idaho bats.
Researchers with Idaho Fish and Game are being called upon by the National Fish and Wildlife Servi[...] Read more