I see no decline in the bat population in my neighborhood in northeast Texas even with a severe drought and few mosquitoes, which have plenty of water to breed from the sprinklers in the shady spots.
But, for farmers, it might be a little too late.
Nguyen asked Roby, “How much time do you have?”
He replied, “(We have) very little time. Less than a year.”
“And then what happens?” Nguyen asked.
“It spreads out West and we lose millions and millions of bats,” he said.