Aquatic Invasive Species

Video interview about aquatic invasive species, prevention tips, what is around us now and the importance of finding these invasive species early.

Also covered in the interview are ways to stop the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and two new Aquatic Invasive Species that have come into North West Pa. One being the Round Goby in Lake LeBoeuf, Waterford Pa. 

The key is to catch these invasive species before they get out of hand, be cautious we don’t transfer them to other bodies of water or unknowingly dump them into a pond, lake or stream from an aquarium or water garden.

Also check out our post on Invasive Species and find the download for our Pond Aeration 101, E Book and Aquatic Invasive Species download Field Guide.

References and Links to more information
Prevention steps for water gardeners
Recreational User Guidelines: Coming soon.

Where to report new invasive species infestations
Sea Grant online reporting form: www.paseagrant.org/report-invasive-species/

Aquatic invasive species in Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Sea Grant AIS fact sheets: https://www.paseagrant.org/fact_sheet_group/invasive-species/
Aquatic Invasive species mapping in Pennsylvania
iMap Invasives: https://www.imapinvasives.org/

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About the author: Darrell Rhoades is the founder of Whatpond.com and has great expertise in building ponds. It all started when he built his own pond for the family. He writes about pond management and sell pond management products at Whatpond.com.