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

Special Guest Speaker: Jennifer Kindel, Bat Biologist with the SC Department of Natural Resources

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