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Invasive Species Resources

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Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
White-nose syndrome (WNS) is a disease that is identified by the telltale white fungus growing on the noses of some infected bats while they hibernate. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is asking the public to report the sighting of any active or dead bats during winter. Please call 208-454-7638 to report sightings. Idaho Fish and Game would also like to know of any sites that have hibernating bats so biologists can include them in the monitoring effort. Finally, the public is asked to not disturb hibernating bats and to respect cave closures.
Ohio State University. Extension.
Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
Google. YouTube; Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.
Google. YouTube; DOI. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Google. YouTube; New York Department of Environmental Conservation.

Google. YouTube; New England Wild Flower Society.
Google. YouTube; New York Sea Grant.
Google. YouTube; University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
Google. YouTube; DOI. National Park Service. Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.
Google. YouTube; New York Department of Environmental Conservation.
Google. YouTube; University of Wisconsin Sea Grant.
Ohio Sea Grant College Program.
Provides information also for Quagga mussel