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When eradicating invasive species threatens endangered species recovery


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A California Clapper Rail stands beside invasive Spartina, a salt marsh cordgrass, in San Francisco Bay. The endangered bird is threatened by both the removal and existence of the invasive plant. Credit: Robert Clark
Efforts to eradicate invasive species increasingly occur side by side with programs focused on recovery of endangered ones. But what should resource managers do when the eradication of an invasive species threatens an endangered species?

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Efforts to eradicate invasive species increasingly occur side by side with programs focused on recovery of endangered ones. But what should resource managers do when the eradication of an invasive species threatens an endangered species? In a new study, scientists examine that conundrum now taking place in the San Francisco Bay.I9FkaTMXgiU

 

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