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Native Vote Could Sway National and Local Elections in Michigan
October 26, 2012
Environmental concerns, border control and other state and national issues are among the Election Day hot topics for Michigan’s Native population...
Wisconsin Senate Candidates Discuss Asian Carp and Great Lakes Protection
October 11, 2012
Environment officials are working hard to stop the
Invasive Asian Carp Threatens Great Lakes; DNA, But No Fish, Found in Tributaries
September 26, 2012
Traces of Asian carp environmental DNA—such as mucus, scales and other fish remnants—have been found in waterways leading to Lake Erie, but environmental authorities both north and...
Captured 17-Foot Python Holding 87 Eggs Shows Invasive Power of Species, Biologists Say
August 16, 2012
It has been known for a while that pythons are invading the Everglades and feasting on all manner of cherished species in Everglades National Park...
PikePalooza: Help the Kalispel Repel Invasive Northern Pike
June 25, 2012
Fishermen can do their part in helping reduce pike populations in Boundary and Box Canyon Reservoirs in Washington State, and perhaps win cash and prizes at the same time...
Kalispel Tribe Battles to Keep Voracious Predator From Decimating Native Fish Populations
June 25, 2012
Unchecked, they breed like water rabbits, devour native fish by the thousands and accumulate so many pollutants in their bodies that they’re harmful to eat...
Ten-Fold Increase in Asian Tiger Shrimp Population Causes Concern
May 10, 2012
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) reports that 331 Asian tiger shrimp were counted in the Gulf of Mexico in 2011, up from just 32 in 2010...
Study Finds Burmese Pythons Are Decimating the Mammals of the Everglades
January 31, 2012
Bobcats in the Everglades National Park? Down 87.5%. Opossum? Down 98.9%. Raccoons? Down 99.3%...
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