Thursday, January 31, 2008
Fun With YouTube
Recent YouTube videos with a fresh, crisp, invasive species theme:
- The Statesman Journal has an interesting report about the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's search for non-native fish species in the wild. There's one about invasive American bullfrogs as well.
- Someone was nice enough to capture the lecture given David Orwig of Harvard Forest about the hemlock woolly adelgid and stick the whole thing on YouTube.
- The Florida Department of Agriculture has a creepy, crawly PSA about the Mexican red-rump tarantula.
- The Great Lakes Mayors hosted an hour-long panel on invasive species issues.
- The Zoological Society of London posted a video about surveys for invasive species in the Thames River, including the Asian clam and the zebra mussel.
Labels: arachnids, crustaceans, England, fish, Florida, Great Lakes, hemlock, insects, mussels, New England, Oregon, outreach, spiders, videos, wooly adelgid, youtube
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