#mywildCanada #Twitterchat Topic: #Invasivespecies Sep 3 2014
On September 3rd host @Kawarthamums guest hosted #mywildCanada’s weekly #twitterchat. Wednesday afternoons on Twitter at 2pm EST, like minded people meet up and talk about the great Canadian outdoors. #mywildCanada is a source of valuable information for Canadians and visitors alike. The topic #invasivespecies was explored for the first time by #mywildCanada – here’s a recap of the #chat:
Invasive species are a serious problem. Native vegetation, insects and animals are at risk. Entire eco-systems can be affected.
Education is one of the best weapons we have. #mywildCanada needs to be protected.
It’s been suggested that one way to get rid of an invasive species is to eat it:
Did you know that volunteers play a vital role in protecting our natural habitat from invasive species? Sharing information and getting involved – it’s how to stay on top of it.
Links to great websites and articles that provide more information about invasive species #invasivespecies in #mywildCanada:
Here is an interesting video about Crayfish in the Kawarthas:
As always #mywildCanada chat was fun, informative and everyone is sad to see it end…
Next week #mywildCanada #chats about: BUGS!
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