syndrome kills Northeastern bats
Wildlife researchers across the Northeast are scrambling
to understand a mysterious ailment that is killing thousands of bats, including
rare Indiana bats, which are on the endangered species list. "White-nose" syndrome
has been found at sites in New York and Vermont. And on Friday, scientists identified
a new, infected cave in Massachusetts. The US Fish and Wildlife Service is now
urging people to stay out of caves across the region. Brian Mann has our story.