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Great Wisconsin Bat Count



Help our state bats by participating in this Citizen Science program.

Our hibernating bats are in great danger of being wiped out because of white-nose syndrome (WNS), a white, powdery fungus on the muzzle of infected bats that causes die-offs of multiple species of bats in infected hibernation sites. This state-wide survey is an important tool to help monitor the number of bats that have been affected by WNS.

No experience is necessary, just a willingness to help.

We will meet at the Nature Center, Lot 1 for brief instruction.

Raindate: Saturday, June 4.