Tag Archives: Wisconsin Aquatic Invasive Species. Kenosha County

Decontamination Team: Working to prevent the spread of Invasives.

Here in Wisconsin, we have a well-established set of effective prevention steps to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS): 1.) Inspect boats, trailers, and equipment; 2.) Remove all attached aquatic plants and animals; 3.) Drain all water from … Continue reading

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Aquatic Invasive Species Highlight : Red swamp crayfish

The red swamp crayfish is a relatively new aquatic invasive species to Wisconsin. The first and so far only two findings were in southeastern Wisconsin in the fall of 2009. Esquire Estates Pond is located in the town of Germantown, … Continue reading

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