Gerrit Vyn Photography –

Gerrit Vyn is a conservation and wildlife photographer and cinematographer dedicated to telling the stories of endangered animals and habitats. He is a producer for the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers

White-nose syndrome

Live and dead bats hang outside Vermont's Aeolus Cave, the largest bat hibernacula in New England. Starving bats infected with white-nose syndrome often exit their hiberncula during winter where they quickly freeze.
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Live and dead bats hang outside Vermont's Aeolus Cave, the largest bat hibernacula in New England. Starving bats infected with white-nose syndrome often exit their hiberncula during winter where they quickly freeze.

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