Conservation Lecture Series

White-nose Syndrome in Bats

Wednesday, October 19
7:00–8:00 pm
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate
Free and open to the public!


Special Guest Speaker: 
Dr. Christopher T. Cornelison
Microbiologist
Georgia State University 


The Greenville Zoo is proud to partner with Furman University for this annual conservation lecture series, which is funded by the Greenville Zoo Conservation Fund and Furman University’s Biology Department and student-led Environmental Action Group. More information

White-nose Syndrome in bats is a fungal disease that has substantially reduced bat populations in North America. As novel fungal pathogens continue to emerge, scientists must work to develop techniques to reduce their impact on natural and man-made ecosystems. White-nose Syndrome in North American bat species serves as an example of the tremendous impact fungal pathogens can have on region biodiversity, wildlife health and agricultural productivity.

While the event is free, attendees are asked to pre-register, if possible. 


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