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Bats and white-nose syndrome program at Munising Library

hibernating bats with white-nose syndrome
Hibernating bats with white-nose syndrome
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News Release Date: July 24, 2014
Contact: Andrea Chynoweth, 906-387-2602

Bats and White-nose Syndrome Program at Munising Library on August 5

(Munising, MICH.) Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore interpreter Andrea Chynoweth will present a program about bats and white-nose syndrome at the Munising Public Library on Tuesday, August 5, at 1:30 p.m. The library is located at 810 State Highway M-28 West, in the Munising Middle/High School.

White-nose syndrome is a devastating fungal disease that has killed more than seven million bats in the eastern United States since 2006. It was found in Michigan for the first time earlier this year.

The program will focus on why bats are special, why they are important in our lives, and why Michigan bats are in trouble.

For more information, please contact the Munising Public Library at 906-387-2125 or Ranger Andrea at 906-387-2602. .


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Chapel Lake is shown with fall colors, a beautifu view of the northwoods in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

Chapel Lake is one of several plunge pool lakes created by post glacial rivers after the Marquette advance of the most recent ice age. Its greatest depth is 140 feet. Other plunge pool lakes include Deer Lake and Ginpole Lake in Alger County, home of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. More...