Invaders of the Great Lakes

Become An Aquatic Superhero With The “Invaders Of The Great Lakes” Pocket Guide

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What’s an aquatic superhero you ask?

It’s an fisherman who has taken the time to learn about his foes. He understands how aggressive the Brown Goby can be. He knows that Eurasian Ruffe have an unfair advantage due to their ability to detect water vibration, and he knows that the Alewife has no natural predators. Most importantly – he knows what to do when he encounters his enemies! 

Do you know who the Invaders of the Great Lakes are?

Would you know what to do if you caught one? If not, you need to pick up the Invaders of the Great Lakes pocket guide. The 152 page booklet highlights 39 invasive species that are wrecking havoc in our beloved Great Lakes. Everyone who spends time on the water needs to be familiar with these species. The guide is only $7. Pick up one for yourself and maybe even a few to hand out. It’s important.

Invaders of the great lakes

The Eurasian Ruffe is dangerous because it competes with native species for food.

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