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  3. Thanks for it! You are right at this time all i need or want is this ....thanks for sharing this with us
  4. uch infestations of invasive plants and animals ... reports that invasive species cost the ... cost $7.5 million in tree treatment, removal and replacement costs
  5. I have seen your attachment it's really informative and easy to understand .....thanks for it
  6. you are right this a great idea. I was also learned a lesson from management of project. Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) defines lessons learned as the learning gained from the process of performing the project. ... The purpose of documenting lessons learned is to share and use knowledge derived from experience to: Promote the recurrence of desirable outcomes.
  7. The recently discovered species covers coral in a thick layer and suffocates it. Scientists don’t know where it came from. View the full article
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  9. Scientists say the animals, known as brumbies, must be culled because they are destroying rivers and endangering native wildlife. Rural activists call these efforts an attack on Australian heritage. View the full article
  10. Hello John, thank you for your inquiry. We will be making decisions by the end of this week so you are welcome to email me for more information or send your resume and three references (shelby@huronpines.org), just note that the turn around time is going to be very quick. I apologize that the PDF is not working, it seems to be working on my end. I will try and add it again here. Revised 2020 Stewardship Tech Job Posting.pdf Revised 2020 Stewardship Tech Job Posting.docx
  11. Hi Shelby, is this position still available? The PDF you attached is unavailable.
  12. The good news is that the seeds are still green and tight in their siliques (those long thin pods)--you can pull! Be sure to bag it and send it to a landfill or tarp a big pile on-site (or other disposal options) so those ripening seeds don't escape. Once the seeds are brown and dry, the siliques will open up when you pull the plants; at that point, it's no longer a good idea to pull the plants because of the risk of spread. Thanks for your sharp eyes and dedication to habitat!
  13. So...I just found out that the beautiful, very prolific flower that is all over our 12 acres of woods is garlic mustard. Yikes! It has already bloomed. Please see attached files for the condition of the plant heads. My question is, is it too late to pull this year? Have the seed already released? Or are the seed pods still forming and there is still time? Or is there a benefit to pulling even after the seeds have released in order to stop the roots from further destroying the soil. Help!
  14. Hello everyone, we are looking to fill a full time seasonal position beginning as soon as July 6th for one technician based in Gaylord, Michigan. Please check out the attachment for further details. Revised 2020 Stewardship Tech Job Posting.pdf
  15. In her latest book, “The Next Great Migration,” the science journalist Sonia Shah traces the global movements of humans today to age-old patterns in other species. View the full article
  16. The large invasive insect, sometimes known as the “murder hornet,” appears to have resurfaced in both British Columbia and Washington State. View the full article
  17. Someone else just told me they think it is mugwort and can be hard to eradicate! Yikes,! Thank you for your responses!
  18. Hmmm, unfortunately, nothing is springing to mind. @DGregori, would you be able to post a photo a little later in the year? Flowers or additional leaves may be of use. Your local MSU Extension office may be able to help too!
  19. I am certainly not a plant expert but maybe mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) or Wild chervil (Anthriscus sylvestris) ? I am sure our CISMA coordinators will be able to properly identify this species! @Katie Grzesiak
  20. Hello, This has shown up in my garden bed, it seems to develop a hard crown when I try to dig it out. Does anyone know what invasive this culprit is? Thank you, dgregori
  21. State wildlife officials have warned residents to be on the lookout for the Argentine black and white tegu, an invasive lizard species that is threatening native creatures. View the full article
  22. Monitor lizards, believed to be invasive species on some Pacific islands, got there long before humans, a new study says. View the full article
  23. Full disclaimer - I am not a scat expert:) That said, raccoon scat wouldn't be the size of a sprinkle. I had put forward it being from a racoon because I thought the roundness was from undigested berries. Rodents have small scat (like a sprinkle), but that's typically oblong. So now my guess would be this is from a rabbit. I will happily defer to any wildlife biologist that wants to weigh in though!
  24. その昆虫が米国海岸にたどり着くずっと前から、日本では、その痺れるカリカリした食感と、酒に加えられる毒のある羽音が珍重されてきた。 View the full article
  25. オオスズメバチの目撃情報 アメリカに定着すればミツバチの生息数に壊滅的被害をもたらす可能性 View the full article
  26. We didn’t stop the coronavirus. But perhaps we can stop the giant hornets. View the full article
  27. @Christina Baugher - would the scat be small, like the size of sprinkles on a donut?
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