Monica Brich

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A crew researching bats sets up a mist net in Cub Creek.

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Chris Fill releases a bat once he's done observing it. Fill said all the agriculture locations he’s been to had bats, which some farmers weren…

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Chris Fill, a graduate student in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, holds a ba…

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Chris Fill observes the wings of one of the bats caught. White-nose syndrome dissolves tissue in the bats wings and increases their metabolic …

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A Northern Long-Eared Bat roosts in Homestead's fence. Northern Long-Eared Bats are generalists, meaning their roosts vary from old trees to a…

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Ben Hale, a bat biologist for Environmental Solutions and Innovation, removes a bat from a mist net. Once the bats are caught, they’re removed…

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Anna Oetting, a project's technician, looks for a Northern Long-Ear's roost using a radio transmitter they previously placed. The bat's roost …

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St. Joseph Catholic School's principal, Marlan Burki, talks to preschoolers about the sharks they're creating in art class on Tuesday. Burki i…

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