It’s not entirely known how northern snakeheads were first introduced to Pennsylvania waters, but the Fish and Boat Commission says they suspect the invasive species was either brought in by the pet trade or food industry. … [Read more...] about First Invasive Northern Snakehead Fish Caught In The Monongahela River
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“My father-in-law had the net ready and we got it up towards the boat and it looked like an anchor so we put it away and got the line up and we got it right to the boat and realized, my father-in-law was like … That’s a bomb! Get everybody to the front of the boat,” Kenyon told KRCR-TV. … [Read more...] about Fishermen Pull 2 Live Pipe Bombs From Sacramento River in Tehama County
Partnering with states, landowners, industry, local governments and perhaps most of all, private landowners that occupy the landscape, is fundamental to conservation success because about half of the threatened and endangered species in the U.S. use private lands for most of their habitat needs. … [Read more...] about Asst. Sec. for Fish, Wildlife, Parks Wallace: Manatee, Hawaiian goose and more imperiled species being saved
“We thought it was like an anchor and so we put the net away and got the line up. We got it right into the boat and realized. My father-in-law was like ‘It’s a bomb. Everyone get to the front of the boat,'” Kenyon said. … [Read more...] about California fisherman reels in live pipebomb while trolling Sacramento River: report
First Invasive Northern Snakehead Fish Caught In The Monongahela River Fish And Boat Commission Warns Anglers To Kill Northern Snakeheads If Caught In Pa. Rivers Fishers who see the fish are urged to report it to the U.S. Park Service and anyone who catches one should not return it to the water. … [Read more...] about Invasive Species Known As ‘Frankenfish’ Spotted On Border Of Pa.