Conservation biologists turning over every rock to find snake fungal disease – Weekly News

Contact(s): Rori Paloski, DNR conservation biologist, 608-264-6040; Rich Staffen, DNR conservation biologist, 608-266-4340

MADISON – Wisconsin conservation biologists are literally turning over rocks to look for signs of a wildlife disease found in half of the state’s snake species and that has decimated local populations of rare snakes in other parts of the country including…

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