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Zebra Mussels Found in Iconic Rainy Lake Fishery
Invasive zebra mussels have been found in the iconic Rainy Lake on the Minnesota-Ontario border
Earthworms Aren’t Native to Most of North America, and Now They’re Threatening Boreal Forests
The lowly earthworm may be beloved by American fishermen, but non-native species are harming northern forests by preventing native species growth and releasing carbon
The Invasive Spotted Lanternfly Is Spreading. Here’s How You Can Help
Another invasive is spreading fast, posing a serious danger to important fruit crops, trees and plants
Biologists Have Discovered a New Way to Control Invasive Carp
Invasive carp continue to thrive, but biologists are trying to find and remove eggs in order to curtail populations
Snake Hunters Remove 223 Invasive Burmese Pythons from the Everglades in Annual Challenge
The annual Florida Python Challenge awarded $10,000 to the snake hunter who removed the most pythons from the Everglades
Australia Is Reintroducing Tasmanian Devils, Which May Help with Feral Cat Control
There's more than one way to take care of feral cats in the land down under
Dog-Sized Lizards are Taking Over in the Southern U.S.
As if the South didn’t have enough invasive species already, the Argentine black and white tegu is slowly starting to take root in national parks and neighborhoods
These 8 Aquatic Invasive Species are Threatening Fisheries Across the U.S.
From Zebra Mussels to Snake Heads, these are some of the worst aquatic invaders in the country
The Best Bowfishing Gear for Beginners
Bows, reels, arrows, and points to help you target non-game species
Will Scaring Asian Carp Prevent them from Spreading?
A project to keep invasive Asian carp from entering Kentucky’s Lake Barkley that stalled because of the government shutdown is back on track