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Inspections For Invasive Species Working

Wyoming Game and Fish Department employees inspected more than 40,000 watercraft in 2014 for aquatic invasive species (AIS). Aquatic invasive species include quagga and zebra mussels. Of the inspections, nearly 2,000 watercraft were considered high risk and Game and Fish personnel did 860 decontaminations to eliminate any AIS being transported on watercraft into Wyoming

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Andres Musta, Flickr
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Wyoming Sees More Boat Inspections

Wyoming inspectors have been looking at thousands of boats entering the state to prevent the spread of exotic mussels.

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