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Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Fish & Wildlife > White-nose Syndrome in Bats > Reporting of Dead/Sick Bats in Indiana Reporting of Dead/Sick Bats in Indiana

Found a dead or sick bat? There are plenty of diseases that can hurt the animal. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has updates on white-nose syndrome

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State Form 54565 (1-11)

Please report:

  • Dead or dying bats.
  • Live bats that are grounded or appear to have problems flying.
  • Live bats with odd behaviors (flying outdoors in daytime and/or during winter).
  • Bats (dead or alive) that have white fungus on their nose, ears, and/or wings.


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  • You will receive a confirmation e-mail after submission.
  • If a biologist needs more information, you will be contacted.
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