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Control or eradication of nutria in Maryland and Louisiana
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources
|Series||Report / 107th Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives -- 107-442.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. ;|
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Get this from a library. An Act to Provide for the Eradication and Control of Nutria in Maryland and Louisiana. [United States.]. H.R. (th). To provide for the eradication and control of nutria in Maryland and Louisiana.
Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress. S. (th). A bill to provide for the eradication and control of nutria in Maryland, Louisiana, and other coastal States.
In Over the past decade, a federal eradication program has come close to eliminating nutria in the Delmarva Peninsula, but the large rodents have proved to be a resilient : Theo Emery.
Louisiana's Department of Wildlife and Fisheries estimates nutria are currently impacting approximately 6, acres of wetlands.
That's a Author: Morgan Brinlee. A partnership of Federal, state and private organizations was convened and funding to investigate the feasibility of eradication was provided by the Nutria Control and Eradication Act of Nutria Control in Louisiana The nutria (Myocastor coypus) is a large semi-aquatic rodent that was introduced throughout much of the world as a means of increasing the fur market in the first half.
Some argue that Maryland ought to offer $10 or $20 per nutria to trappers who assist the eradication effort. "Put a price on his head.
California eradicated the nutria, a giant, invasive rodent that wreaks havoc everywhere it goes, back in the s—or so officials thought. As Vanessa Romo reports for NPR, the rats came back Author: Brigit Katz. Nutria can grow up to feet, weigh 20 pounds and wreak destruction wherever they go.
State authorities believed they were extinct but recent sightings have led to a call for the public to help.