The infected soil along with the birds and bats in the specified areas of Atlantic may lead to histoplasmosis. To specify, the reproductive cells may be the core problem when functioning improperly because of the infection. The spores are extra tiny, so it is impossible to see them with the naked eye. That is how people do not have an idea the infection is in the air. Mostly, various waste materials spread the infection in masses.
It is interesting that even those people who have already gone through this problem may experience histoplasmosis again. It is not very typical for most of the infections. In the second and further cases, the disease will not be that active and will pass easier. A soil, which contains many organic elements attracts this sort of infection most of all. Those are the droppings released by the mentioned flying creatures.