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September 1, 2017

Threatened snake species focus of Vermont study

NEW HAVEN, Vt. – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is cooperating in a three-year study of an isolated population of eastern ratsnakes, a species that is listed as “Threatened” under the State’s endangered species law. Researcher Cindy Sprague along with department staff are working with Veterinarian Scott Maclachlan to surgically implant radio transmitters in

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Invasive Japanese stiltgrass found near Ann Arbor

The Michigan DNR announced that Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum), an invasive plant originating in Asia, recently has been positively identified on private property in Scio Township, near Ann Arbor in Washtenaw County. This identification, confirmed by the University of Michigan Herbarium, is the first detection of this species in Michigan. Japanese stiltgrass has been on

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Vermont group testing weed harvesters in battle against invasive milfoil

CASTLETON, Vt. — A Vermont neighborhood association is testing two new weed harvesters that help remove an invasive species from Lake Bomoseen. Officials with the Lake Bomoseen Association tell the Rutland Herald they are spending $29,500 on a 10-week pilot program to pull up Eurasian milfoil from the lake. Association member Bill Wood says they

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