Here’s a good report of WNS from National Public Radio. This first aired in August, 2010.
You know, species die out all over the world in remote places we never heard about, but there is one species that is dying right before our eyes, in our lifetime. We’ve been talking about it for years on this program, and now a group of scientists writing in the journal Science says there’s a 99 percent chance little brown bats, once a very common species, may be extinct in the Northeast within the next 16 years.
You can also read a complete transcript of the program.