Since 1992, Dr. Kimberli Miller has been a Wildlife Disease Specialist at the USGS National Wildlife Health Center, where she and her colleagues help solve wildlife disease problems. Kim graduated from the University of Missouri with a BS in Animal Science and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. She’s currently involved in a project to reintroduce a migratory population of whooping cranes into the eastern U.S. using ultra light aircraft.
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In the winter of 2007, residents of New York State began finding dead bats in their yards. Since then it’s estimated that more than a million bats have died from white-nose syndrome, a fuzzy white fungus that grows on their noses and wings.Post on Dec 01, 2011