Watch: The impact of White-nose Syndrome

Striking Balance

In 2014, Striking Balance filmed Don McAlpine (Research Curator at the New Brunswick Museum) and myself for a documentary that aired this past weekend on TVO. It shows the impact White-nose Syndrome is having on New Brunswick bat populations.

Please click here to view the clip.

Karen Vanderwolf

Author: Karen Vanderwolf

Karen has had an interest in the natural world for as long as she can remember and always knew her career would take her into the field of biology. Karen received her Masters of Science at the University of New Brunswick where she studied bats and the pre-white nose syndrome fungal flora that occurs on them. She completed her Bachelor of Science (Hons.) in biology at the University of Western Ontario. She has previously worked with Ontario Parks performing plant and salamander field work and assisted in preparations for a Karner blue butterfly reintroduction. She has also worked with swift foxes, wood turtles and waterfowl.

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