Monday, October 20, 2014

What would YOU like to Ask the Biologist?

Our biologists are interested in providing YOU - the beneficiary of this blog - information on the topics related to fish and their supporting aquatic habitats that you care about. 

With this in mind, please help us help you by providing our biologists with the questions or topics you are most interested in. Once a question in answered, please feel free to return and start a dialogue with our biologists.

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  1. What is considered an evasive species and what can be done about them? For example, the Snakehead in the Potomac River.

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  3. Hey Anon, good question.

    An invasive species can be loosely defined as an organism that combined is: 1) not locally originating or native to an area; 2) has an ability to reproduce and spread; and 3) believed to be causing damage to the environment, human economy and/or human health.

    Sort of like us humans, eh?

    Check out the "Northern loath or respect?" blog entry we created to better respond to your question. Fish on!