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Invasive Species

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  • DNA tool helping biologists find elusive or invasive species

    DNA tool helping biologists find elusive or invasive species
    When salmon, salamanders or other aquatic animals poop or shed skin cells, they leave behind traces of their DNA in the water, like clues left behind at a crime scene.
  • Volunteers fired up to help remove invasive species

    Volunteers fired up to help remove invasive species
    VALPARAISO – Though damp conditions made getting a fire started a challenge, eight volunteers helped fuel a bonfire at Meadowbrook Nature Preserve with autumn olive, bush honeysuckle and multi-floral rose, pretty-sounding plants that crowd out...

    Researchers: Rising seas threaten rare Everglades plants

    Rising sea levels and invasive species increasingly threaten rare plants in Everglades National Park that have not yet recovered from damage caused by orchid collectors long ago or attempts to drain the swamps, according to a 10-year survey released...

    Seminole Tribe's cattle operation protects Florida wildlife

    Seminole Tribe's cattle operation protects Florida wildlife
    As development eats away at Florida's untamed lands, wild animals have found an ally in the Seminole Tribe. The tribe's 36,000-acre cattle operation on the Brighton Reservation, north of Lake Okeechobee, is an important pathway for migrating wildlife...

    Virginia adds to list of non-native invasive plants

    English ivy and golden bamboo are among the 90 new non-native invasive plants compiled by the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation. Kevin Heffernan is the department's natural heritage stewardship biologist. He says gardeners should be...