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A CONNECTION BETWEEN Bat Pesticides and Deaths? The US Fish and Wildlife Service published a plan in-may of 2011 to avoid the spread of white-nose syndrome in bats. The fast-spreading disease has killed more than one million bats in the US and Canada because it detection in 2006.