Georgia Parham

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Senior Public Affairs Specialist

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About Georgia Parham

Service communicator since 1990, focusing on endangered species.

Areas of expertise
Endangered Species
Ecological Services
Energy

From The Library

Northern Long-eared Bat Final Rule News Release

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced a final rule to reclassify the northern long-eared bat as endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The bat, listed as threatened in 2015, now faces extinction due to the rangewide impacts of white-nose syndrome, a deadly disease affecting...

Northern Long-Eared Bat Final Rule FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about the final rule for the Northern Long-eared Bat

Northern Long-eared Bat Public Hearing Presentation Slides

Slides from the USFWS Public Hearing on the Northern Long-eared Bat proposed uplisting to Endangered that occurred on 4/7/22.

Northern Long-eared Bat Public Hearing Presentation Transcript

A transcript of the Northern Long-eared Bat public hearing on the proposed rule uplisting to endangered.

Indiana Bat and Northern Long-eared Bat Survey Guidelines FAQ 2022

Frequently asked questions about the update to the Indiana Bat and Northern Long-eared Bat summer survey guidelines document in 2022.