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US Fish and Wildlife Feb 25
Meet the candy darter, a small colorful fish fighting invasive and non-native fish for food and habitat. Help candy darters and other native species - clean and dry all gear and don't dump live fish from one body of water to another 📷 T. Travis Brown
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Lost & Found Fungi May 16
While some 🍄 are non-native to the British Isles, remains unclear whether they are damaging or not. Monitoring by citizen scientists is helping to build an invaluable resource to help us learn what's where & when.
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Diarmaid Mac Aonghusa 🇪🇺 Feb 25
WARNING! These giant monsters, several times the size of the Ha’penny Bridge, are invading. Credit to ⁦⁩ who risked her life to get this picture.
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Wangkulangkul K. Mar 1
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Mt. Hood NF May 21
In 2018 our Botany Program completed: 30 acres of native plant restoration, 1,500 acres of surveys for plant & fungi species, 2,500 acres of invasive plant treatments & produced 2,000 pounds of native seed to be grown out & used on forest lands.
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LA Waters Programme May 14
To mark the importance of and a training/ workshop entitled 'Biosecurity, you & your local waterbody' will be given on Thursday 16th May 7.00pm to 9.30pm at the Agricultural College, Pallaskenry, Co. Limerick (V94 V8N3). All are welcome.
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NHSN May 16
Day 4 of focuses on woodland & bogs. One of the most well-known invasive species is the Grey Squirrel which out-competes native Red Squirrels & carries the 'Squirrelpox' virus, to which it is immune. Unfortunately, reds are not. © Chris Wren
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US Department of the Interior Feb 27
From rodents to carp to cheatgrass, learn how land managers are working together to combat invasive species and protect public lands & waters:
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ColumbiaRiverGorgeFS Feb 28
Invasive plants are a leading cause of declines in native plant & animal numbers. Invasive plants out-compete & displace native plants that native wildlife species depend on. Picture: Invasive Garlic Mustard plant spotted at St Cloud Recreation Site.
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reportINvasive Mar 1
Callery pear, also known as Bradford pear, looks pretty, but it’s crowding out our native trees. Consider planting serviceberry or Eastern redbud instead!
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Corey Dunn Feb 27
Dodge, duck, dip, dive & dodge! Silver Carp are a prolific introduced species thriving in lowland rivers throughout the Midwest. They also jump, so keep your head on a swivel!
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Grand River CA Feb 28
Ash trees are in peril in Ont. due to emerald ash borer, but there's hope. We're treating abt 200 ash on our properties with an insecticide that kills the borer's larvae, without harm to the tree. We hope these trees survive to provide a future seed source.
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Audubon Society Feb 28
For the birds of Florida, a blitz of invasive reptiles poses an existential-scale threat. Is it too late to stop them?
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ClintonDevonEstates May 16
Dr Sam Bridgewater delivered a presentation on invasive species today to employees from Kier and Highways England to raise awareness on .
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Ventura Office - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Feb 26
American bullfrogs are the LARGEST species of frog in the country, and are only native to the central and eastern United States. Introduced bullfrogs in California have resulted in declining populations of native Western pond turtles and CA red-legged frogs
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Pattie “PQ” Quackenbush Feb 28
Earthworms need to be viewed through an ecosystem lens. While they are beneficial in some applications, our nonnative/exotic earthworms are creating problems in our forests and our prairies in the glaciated part of the US.
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Michael Chadwick May 15
Here is our latest paper just in time for
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Durrell Wildlife Feb 26
Round Island is very fortunate to be one of the few islands in the world to never be invaded by rats. This saved many of Mauritian reptile species from going extinct. 🐀 Support our work to restore island habitats:
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ColumbiaRiverGorgeFS Mar 1
You can help stop the spread of invasive weeds! Check these handy tips to follow when recreating on public lands.
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USDA Forest Service Mar 3
In new habitats, face fewer threats, so they can easily increase and spread.
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