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Invasive Species News ItemsAsian privet, other plants are invading more Georgia ground - Idaho Statesman6/24/2018 11:37:11 AM
Asian privet, other plants are invading more Georgia ground Idaho Statesman Last week, they were getting their first training and experience out at Beech Haven, a publicly-owned garden estate off Atlanta Highway that's become choked with bamboo, privet, wisteria and other invasive species , but they'll also be heading out to ... and more »
Listing offers glimpse of 'off the grid' living on island - Idaho Statesman6/23/2018 8:45:00 PM
Listing offers glimpse of 'off the grid' living on island Idaho Statesman Even the walk from a dock to a house is likely to attract mosquitoes, especially during the rainy season. Bug aren't the only pests on Keewaydin. Iguanas, an invasive species of lizards, are crawling all over the island. "The iguanas are bad, bad, bad ... and more »
Mussel-sniffing dog shows its worth detecting invasive species at Washington border - The Spokesman-Review6/23/2018 7:22:14 PM
The Spokesman-Review Mussel-sniffing dog shows its worth detecting invasive species at Washington border The Spokesman-Review Popeye, the mussel-sniffing dog, had found what he thought was an invasive aquatic mussel clinging to the side of a trailered boat. Popeye demonstrated all his olfactory skills at an Aquatic Invasive Species open house Friday on the Washington/ Idaho ... Dept. of Fish and Wildlife to bring in 'mussel dog' for boat inspections KREM.com all 22 news articles »
Mussel sniffing dog highlights WDFW emphasis on aquatic invasive species inspections - KXLY Spokane6/22/2018 8:26:28 PM
KXLY Spokane Mussel sniffing dog highlights WDFW emphasis on aquatic invasive species inspections KXLY Spokane SPOKANE, Wash. - Officials from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife gathered near the Idaho state line on Friday, showing off the state's first permanent watercraft inspection and decontamination station. The station is on the lookout for ...
Idaho needs strong borders to protect our public waterways - Idaho State Journal6/21/2018 4:36:28 PM
Idaho State Journal Idaho needs strong borders to protect our public waterways Idaho State Journal I recently spoke with inspectors at one of the new stations along the Idaho -Montana border. They told me about the frustrations boaters experience when stopped. However, when these inspectors explain the threat invasive species pose to Idaho , most ... and more »
State Efforts To Eradicate Invasive Species - Boise State Public Radio6/18/2018 5:58:13 PM
Boise State Public Radio State Efforts To Eradicate Invasive Species Boise State Public Radio Department of Agriculture officials want to know how Mississippi ghost shrimp found their way to Boise River. We talk about invasive species in Idaho and the damage they cause to both the economy and our natural landscape. Tags: Invasive Species .
On The Monday, June 18, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters: - Boise State Public Radio6/18/2018 10:35:36 AM
Boise State Public Radio On The Monday, June 18, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters: Boise State Public Radio The Bureau of Land Management released 26 horses into the wild last week. They were the survivors of the Soda Fire of 2015 and on Monday's Idaho Matters we'll talk with Heather Tiel-Johnson, spokeswoman for Idaho's Wild Horse and Burro program.
Mandatory Boat Inspection Turns Up Invasive Species At Washington-Idaho Border - NW News Network6/7/2018 6:02:17 PM
NW News Network Mandatory Boat Inspection Turns Up Invasive Species At Washington- Idaho Border NW News Network In Washington, transporting aquatic invasive species can result in a $5,000 fine and up to a year in jail. Oregon's Department of Fish and Wildlife operates six boat inspection stations throughout the state. Last year, crews inspected 21,000 boats and ...
Court documents confirm Idaho teacher is accused of feeding live puppy to snapping turtle - Idaho Statesman6/1/2018 3:31:50 PM
Idaho Statesman Court documents confirm Idaho teacher is accused of feeding live puppy to snapping turtle Idaho Statesman Snapping turtles are considered an invasive species in Idaho , and a person who wants to keep one must obtain a permit. A person found to have one without a permit may be charged with a misdemeanor. Preston, most famous for being the setting of the 2004 ... Idaho teacher charged after allegedly feeding puppy to turtle fox13now.com Idaho teacher accused of feeding puppy to snapping turtle charged with animal cruelty KVAL Preston teacher who fed puppy to snapping turtle in front of students charged with animal cruelty Idaho State Journal BBC News - Change.org - Petition Site - Los Angeles Times all 127 news articles »
Idaho adds inspection stations to target invasive species - Middletown Press5/26/2018 12:12:58 PM
Idaho adds inspection stations to target invasive species Middletown Press SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Idaho officials have added watercraft inspection stations and extended operating hours at some in anticipation of a busy season. The Capital Press reports the Idaho stations that intercept invasive species have already found 22 ...
Native Species News ItemsAsian privet, other plants are invading more Georgia ground - Idaho Statesman6/24/2018 11:37:11 AM
Asian privet, other plants are invading more Georgia ground Idaho Statesman Foreign invasives have the ability to simply blot out native species , with serious and sometimes unanticipated results, the Athens newspaper reported. Insects, birds and other animals native to Georgia have evolved along its native plants, and when the ... and more »
Trump's move to redefine water rule threatens wetlands banks - Idaho Statesman6/15/2018 1:19:37 AM
Idaho Statesman Trump's move to redefine water rule threatens wetlands banks Idaho Statesman "What you see now is this beautiful landscape of diverse native species that have taken root and are filling in. We are showing that it can be done." The country is still losing wetlands. There is no national-level data that shows how close mitigation ... and more »
26 wild horses released in Idaho following 2015 fire - Idaho Statesman6/14/2018 5:31:00 PM
26 wild horses released in Idaho following 2015 fire Idaho Statesman "They are not a native species , but they are part of our Western heritage, and Congress granted them protection," Tiel-Nelson said. The agency hopes to do a horse release in another area affected by the fire this fall or early next spring, she said.
BLM releases wild horses into area affected by Soda Fire - Idaho Press-Tribune6/13/2018 9:35:11 PM
Idaho Press-Tribune BLM releases wild horses into area affected by Soda Fire Idaho Press-Tribune ... in an interview with the Idaho Press. “I happen to know all of the statistics on what the BLM is spending to maintain these horses, and I know that they are not a native species here. … But there's something about wild horses that belong in the ... and more »
Mandatory Boat Inspection Turns Up Invasive Species At Washington-Idaho Border - KUOW News and Information6/7/2018 6:07:17 PM
KUOW News and Information Mandatory Boat Inspection Turns Up Invasive Species At Washington- Idaho Border KUOW News and Information In addition to the station on the Washington- Idaho border, WDFW operates a second inspection station on the Columbia River south of the Tri-Cities. Funding for both stations comes from a substitute Senate bill that was passed into law last year. It ...
Unlogged forests are the healthiest forests - Idaho State Journal6/7/2018 5:42:21 PM
Idaho State Journal Unlogged forests are the healthiest forests Idaho State Journal What he didn't tell you is that some of the best elk hunting in Idaho is in unlogged areas like the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. Or that the cleanest water and some of the best fishing — particularly for native species — is in streams ...
Someone released non-native shrimp into the Boise River -- and they're thriving - Idaho Statesman6/5/2018 1:32:45 PM
Idaho Statesman Someone released non-native shrimp into the Boise River -- and they're thriving Idaho Statesman Regional fish biologist John Cassinelli says it was an ordinary day last fall when a Fish and Game crew was surveying the river near the Warm Springs Golf Course. They were looking for baby rainbow trouts, called fry. “We noticed some shrimp in our ...
Teacher Accused Of Feeding Puppy To Turtle Charged With Animal Cruelty - CBS Denver6/4/2018 3:56:14 PM
CBS Denver Teacher Accused Of Feeding Puppy To Turtle Charged With Animal Cruelty CBS Denver The Idaho Department of Agriculture deemed the class pet an invasive, non- native species . “Allowing children to watch an innocent baby puppy scream because it is being fed to an animal. That is violence. That is not OK,” animal rights activist Jill ... Science teacher charged after he reportedly fed puppy to class snapping turtle ABC Action News all 12 news articles »
The Idaho teacher accused of feeding a puppy to a snapping turtle has been charged with animal cruelty - Salt Lake Tribune6/3/2018 8:09:10 AM
Salt Lake Tribune The Idaho teacher accused of feeding a puppy to a snapping turtle has been charged with animal cruelty Salt Lake Tribune Preston, Idaho • An eastern Idaho teacher accused of feeding a sick puppy to a snapping turtle in front of several students has been charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty. Preston Junior High School science teacher Robert Crosland was charged Friday ... Idaho teacher accused of feeding puppy to turtle is charged 8News Idaho teacher who fed puppy to snapping turtle charged KTVB.com Idaho teacher charged after allegedly feeding puppy to snapping turtle CBS News Change.org - Petition Site - Idaho Statesman - Los Angeles Times all 127 news articles »
Idaho continues battle against weeds, non-native plants - Capital Press5/28/2018 10:06:25 AM
Capital Press Idaho continues battle against weeds, non-native plants Capital Press Idaho loses thousands of acres annually to many varieties of noxious weeds that have been identified across the state even as landowners and others spend some $30 million each year to control and manage them, Idaho Weed Awareness Campaign ... An ISDA ...