White Nose Syndrome has hit bats in Indiana hard, and experts say the worst is yet to come.
Indiana will use its share of the money to survey, monitor, and analyze data about the deadly bat disease.
Bats are on the move, looking for places to roost on their way to their winter habitats.
White Nose Syndrome has killed some bats in Indiana, but experts say the number of deaths is lower than levels seen in the Northeast.
An IU student was bitten by a rabid bat last week in his dorm room.
White Nose Syndrome is not only devastating news for researchers, but also for Indiana residents.
The first case of White Nose Syndrome in Indiana was discovered in Endless Cave in Washington County.