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Have you ever seen a bat on one of your adventures? Bats in North America are threatened by a lethal disease called White-nose Syndrome (WNS). Millions of bats have died in eastern North America and the disease has now been found in the west. The first step in protecting bats against WNS is knowing where they live. But, because many bats roost in cracks in cliffs or in boulder fields, they can be tough to find! Outdoor enthusiasts, like climbers, scramblers, canyoneers and hikers can help bat experts and wildlife managers by leaving bats alone and reporting bat sightings.

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Scientists at Yosemite National Park investigate how to use carbon isotopes to learn more about bat diets. The information is useful for managing bat populations during the White-Nose Syndrome crisis.

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Protect People, Protect Bats, Avoid Rabies! This short film explains the connection between human health, bat health, and the environment and how best to avoid a rabies exposure. Bats are experiencing unprecedented threats from white-nose syndrome and wind energy. We lose over 25,000 bats each year in the United States to rabies testing. Learn how to live safely with bats while increasing your awareness of rabies prevention.

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A portrait of Haida artist, Robert Davidson, whose art and activism point the way towards a renewed connection with the natural world, perhaps saving us from ourselves.

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Don’t miss the Movie Night, sponsored by HHMI Tangled Bank Studios, on October 15, 7:30–9:30 PM ET, a special #NAAEE2020 conference event! Join Laura Nix, the director of the inspirational, award-winning film, "Inventing Tomorrow," as she introduces this engaging film about hope and inspiration.

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