Jill Carpenter

SoCal Bat Working Group

Guest

Bat biologist and co-founder of the SoCal Bat Working Group.

Jill Carpenter on KCRW

Some bats have white noses, and that's a sign of a disease that’s killed millions of bats across North America. Now it's arrived in California.

White-nose syndrome reaches California, threatens bats

Some bats have white noses, and that's a sign of a disease that’s killed millions of bats across North America. Now it's arrived in California.

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