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Bat houses can help bat populations recover

A bat box at Shaver's Creek Environmental Center, Penn State University.
A bat box at Shaver's Creek Environmental Center, Penn State University.
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The bat population has decreased dramatically since white nose syndrome started killing the world’s only flying mammals almost a decade ago, but experts now see signs of a comeback and say homeowners can help it along. A biologist who has studied the decline in Vermont’s bat population has predicted that the worst of the epidemic is over and that at least one species is beginning to recover, according to an Associated Press article published in ...


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