Archive for Species Specific News

MN: Milfoiled again: Hybrid milfoil may be more troublesome than Eurasian variety

Milfoil has snagged the aquatic invasive species spotlight after a new study revealed some varieties may be tougher to treat than the old foe Eurasian milfoil.The study, which was conducted by Minnehaha Creek Watershed District officials and researchers from the University of Minnesota and Montana State University, highlighted hybrid milfoil. Hybrid milfoil is an invasive […]

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FL: Famed snake trackers from India latest weapon in Florida war on pythons

What Judas snakes, snake-sniffing dogs and even hunters from around the globe have struggled to accomplish may finally be pulled off by a pair of singing snake catchers from India: solving the riddle for finding Burmese pythons in Florida’s Everglades. In just two weeks this month, the two tribesmen from Southern India, working with the […]

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Lake Ontario: Shells spell distress

Much of the sand at Ontario Beach is currently covered in grey and white shells. They’re everywhere; it’s like walking on a carpet of walnuts. The shells are from dead zebra mussels, an invasive species that first appeared in Lake Ontario in the late 1980’s. Learn more

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