White-nose bat disease jumps the Rockies to Washington state

Dreaded fungus confirmed in one bat found by hikers east of Seattle

bats in NY with white nose syndrome

NOW COAST-TO-COAST  The bat-killing disease white-nose syndrome (infected little brown bats in New York shown) has turned up in Washington state, having now invaded North America coast to coast.

Al Hicks

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