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The Beaver State podcast Episode 33: Invasive Species

October 22, 2020

The Beaver State Podcast is a product of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife that takes a look at hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing in Oregon through conversations with Oregonians, ODFW staff and luminaries throughout the conservation world. Each half-hour to forty-five minute podcast will explore complex fish and wildlife topics broadly and in detail, and future episodes will feature weekly information from the Recreation Report.

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Episode 33: Invasive Species

ODFW invasive species biologist, Rick Boatner discusses his long career fighting to keep Oregon free of some of the worst invasive species out there, including quagga and zebra mussels and feral hogs. It's not always easy, and it takes a lot of partnerships, including landowners, neighboring states and the federal government. But Rick's job is to worry about what's already made its way here, what's on its way and what may end up here someday.



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