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Spreading the Invaders

According to a Fish and Wildlife study, almost 80 percent of non-native species found on the West Coast were first sighted in California.

You might have heard about ballast water. 149 more words

Running with the Bulls in Fort McMurray

Who says horror stories can’t have happy endings? After nearly two years, the Texaco East Pond has been restocked and is open to fishing again. The popular local fishing hole was closed after an angler reported an unusual catch on June 23, 2015. 468 more words

Wildlife

The impact of on-site educational outreach on recreational users’ perceptions of aquatic invasive species and their management

The impact of on-site educational outreach on recreational users’ perceptions of aquatic invasive species and their management

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Ryan L. Sharp, Lisa B. 169 more words

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Prohibición de suelas de felpa.

Debido a la facilidad de propagación y diseminación de especies acuáticas invasivas algunos estados en USA han prohibido el uso de zapatos de vadeo con suelas de felpa ( 154 more words

Fly Fishing

Aquatic Invasive Species Management Update: Zebra Mussel and Spiny Waterflea Monitoring

The aquatic invasive species (AIS) management team has been busy all summer—and with good reason. The ever-present threat of AIS spread has kept the team hard at work, sampling, surveying, and monitoring lakes across the state. 713 more words

Progress

Groups applaud release of Asian carp study, urge swift action to move from study to construction

Alliance for the Great Lakes   •   Natural Resources Defense Council
Prairie Rivers Network   •   Sierra Club, Illinois Chapter

Chicago, IL (August 7, 2017) – After much delay, the U.S. 545 more words

Clean Water