More Bad News For North American Bats

More Bad News For North American Bats

Ann Froschauer of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service delivers more challenging information about the widespread infestation of White-Nose Syndrome, a deadly fungus that has killed millions of bats since 2006. Following that, the first part of Sam Litzinger’s exclusive interview with award-winning actress, animal activist and humanitarian Betty White.

Ann Froschauer of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service delivers more challenging information about the widespread infestation of White-Nose Syndrome, a deadly fungus that has killed millions of bats since 2006. Following that, the first part of Sam Litzinger’s exclusive interview with award-winning actress, animal activist and humanitarian Betty White. Their conversation took place at Washington, D.C.’s Lisner Auditorium as part a program sponsored by The Smithsonian Associates. Then it’s BirdNote and an examination of birds on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

Music: “Animal Dreams” by Bob James

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American bats have been badly affected by globalization. They are endangered and have to be taken care of, cause if not, we wont be able to see their raises again. - JustFab

April 25, 2013 - 4:01am
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