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Faucet snail confirmed in Lake Frances

Tue Aug 14 08:59:50 MDT 2018

A Fish, Wildlife & Parks aquatic invasive species monitoring crew has confirmed that invasive faucet snails have been discovered in Lake Frances near Valier. The small aquatic snail, also known as a mud bithynia or Bithynia tentaculata, is native to Europe and likely arrived in North America in ship-ballast water in the late 1800s. Faucet snails were first observed in Montana in 1959.

(Headquarters - Aquatic Invasive Species )

FWP & BOR meeting at Tiber about AIS facilities

Tue Aug 14 08:58:48 MDT 2018

Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the Bureau of Reclamation are meeting to discuss potential locations and improvements for aquatic invasive species facilities at Tiber Reservoir. The meeting will be held at the Tiber Marina on Wed., August 22, at 9:00 a.m.

(Headquarters - Aquatic Invasive Species )

Boats coming from Lake Powell undergo additional examination

Fri Jul 27 15:38:00 MDT 2018

With the proliferation of adult quagga mussels in Lake Powell, on the border of Utah and Arizona, watercraft from this lake that are entering Montana will be subject to additional measures at watercraft inspection stations to ensure they are free from aquatic invasive species.

(Region 7 - Aquatic Invasive Species )

Boats coming from Lake Powell undergo addition examination

Wed Jul 25 15:07:07 MDT 2018

With the proliferation of adult quagga mussels in Lake Powell, on the border of Utah and Arizona, watercraft from this lake that are entering Montana will be subject to additional measures at watercraft inspection stations to ensure they are free from aquatic invasive species.

(Headquarters - Aquatic Invasive Species )

Keeping vigilant on protecting Montana’s waterways

Tue Jul 24 08:40:00 MDT 2018

With summer half over, more than 50,000 watercraft have been inspected at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks aquatic invasive species inspection stations around the state.

(Region 7 - Aquatic Invasive Species )

Keeping vigilant on protecting Montana’s waterways

Mon Jul 23 11:24:25 MDT 2018

With summer half over, more than 50,000 watercraft have been inspected at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks aquatic invasive species inspection stations around the state.

(Headquarters - Aquatic Invasive Species )

 

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