Frogbit – Removing invasive species from West Michigan

The Michigan Wildlife Council is dedicated to raising public awareness about wildlife and wildlife conservation, and that includes the removal of invasive species.

When people think of invasive species, most of the time people think of animals that don’t originate from the United States. However invasive species come in many different forms, including plants.

Drew Raymer from West Michigan CISMA talks about an invasive species called the European Frogbit found in Reeds Lake at Remington park, and how it’s effecting West Michigan wildlife.  Click on the following sentence to access the full story.

While the plant originates from Michigan, it can do a lot of damage in an environment where it doesn’t belong, like Lake Michigan.

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