Biologists have little idea where many of Colorado's bats reside. Athletes are helping.
A fungus long suspected as the cause of the white-nose syndrome killing American bats has been positively ID'd as the culprit.
With white-nose syndrome continuing to plague North American bats, the federal government is sending some academics to the rescue.
A fungus linked to widespread destruction of U.S. bat colonies has been found on a thriving French bat.
Bees do it. Frogs do it. And now scientists fear bats may be the next die-off victims.