Defending Favorite Places: How Hunters and Anglers Can Stop the Spread
of Invasive Species
USDA. FS. Invasive Species Program.
This documentary video
was produced on DVD as part of the National Invasive Species Threat Campaign.
Linking invasive species management principles with the hunting and angling conservation
ethic is critical as invasive species threaten the future of hunting and fishing.
The video links require Windows
Media Player for .wmv files and is also available on video
Forest Pests of North America CD-ROM
University of Georgia. Warnell School of Forest Resources. Entomology.
Forest Pests of North America Integrated Pest Management Photo CD Series contains three hundred (300) images in Kodak Digital Sciences Photo CD Image Pac format (PCD) that can be used to support and assist the implementation of forest IPM in the North America.
Green Episode - Invasive Exotics (29 minutes; available on
University of Florida. Institute of Food and Agricultural
This episode focuses on the importance of controlling invasive exotic plants,
insects, and animals. Join host Dr. Mark Hostetler as he informs people about
the importance of controlling the spread of invasive exotics, including introduced
plants (Chinese tallow trees, wild taro, water hyacinths, and melaleuca trees),
fire ants, and even released pets such as the large Nile monitor lizard. Options
are explored for homeowners and landowners alike to control invasive species
in their own communities.
Smart Against Invasive Species
Invasive Species Program.
'Playing Smart Against Invasive Species' videos produced by the USDA Forest
Service are excellent resources for education and public outreach. These videos
explain how people can enjoy the great outdoors and avoid spreading invasive
species along the way. Videos ranging from 6-27 minutes targets outdoor recreational
users and includes camping, horseback riding, canoeing, snowmobiling, cross-country
skiing, biking, and others.
Oregon Public Broadcasting.
The documentary produced by Ed Jahn illustrates how
invasive species are changing the environment in Oregon,
and focuses on ways people can work together to make a
difference to native fish and wildlife resources, Oregon's
economy and quality of life. Watch the video online or
can be ordered on DVD for educational use.