Greenville Zoo Conservation Lecture Series: Bats- White-nose Syndrome, What’s Being Done
Wednesday, October 10, 7:00 PM /Bats- White-nose Syndrome, What’s Being Done
Located at The Children’s Museum of the Upstate from 7 – 8 PM. Parking is free at the Heritage Green parking deck.
This presentation will focus on White-nose Syndrome, a devastating bat disease that is deadly to cave roosting bat species. A brief review will be given about what causes the disease, its origins, and current spread. Details about what currently is being done about WNS – current treatments, research, ongoing response plans and developing partnerships that all work to help save our bats. For more information about this event and the Conservation Lecture Series, see greenvillezoo.com/lecture
Special Guest Speaker: Jennifer Kindel, Bat Biologist with the SC Department of Natural Resources
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