Bees are stabilizing but the white nose disease is decimating the cave and social bats. (Myotis sodalis and sodalis lucifigus) These bats live in huge clusters so disease can wipe out a whole herd in days.
The other myotenes like townsendii the long eared bat has been declining for thirty or more years (I used to qwork as a bat bander for some pHd candiddate at Princeton while that student helped me in my research also. It was a good trade and we all learned. Bat banders have been very careful about the practice ever since the fungus started showing up about 5 years ago. West Virginia, Virgibia, Pa, and mAryland have been really hit.
Fortunately there are many species of non -socia; bats on whom the disease isnt as widespread (yet)
Pa State honeybee programs and the U of MAryland Apiary SCience guys have been reporting some cautious optimism in the colony collapse. They said that CCS was actually several overlapping diseases. And this summers heat has been actually good for keeping one of the syndrome partners at bay.
That was all in the Lancaster Farming Newspaper.