If all goes well between now and Halloween, Griffis Sculpture Park in upstate New York will be ready for the occasion with its very own colony of bats, thanks to the artsy "Bat Tower" being built to draw the pest-fighting pollinators to the area.
At the edge of the Amazon, a remote tribe suffers a plague of rabies spread by desperate vampire bats. It sounds like the plot from a bad B-movie, but the reality is far more grim: More than 500 people have been
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White nose syndrome, a disease caused by exposure to a particular fungus, first discovered in 2006, has been afflicting bats in the eastern United States and appears to be spreading. Considering that it's
Ah love. Woody Allen has some nice thoughts on this tricky thing that perhaps gets more thought around Valentine's Day. The recent swan divorce shocked us to the core, so we decided to ponder the happy
Tours with the Roaring Fork Conservancy offer a rare opportunity to explore the Filoha Meadows Open Space, a beautiful area off-limits to most visitors as county conservationists work to return the fragile landscape to its original state.
And they thought wind turbines were a pain. More than 80% of of the deaths in several bat populations in the northeastern United States and Canada have been caused by a fungus - indirectly. Scientists haven't
Wind power may be undeniably better in terms of carbon emissions than fossil fuel energy sources, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t genuine environmental concerns to take into consideration when building projects. And
Hibernating bats in Havran, near Turkey's Aegean coast, can rest easy this winter, thanks to a decision by local authorities to hold off on pumping water into a nearby dam reservoir, an action that would have flooded their cave.