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Video Library

Stop Exotics, Clean Your Boat

Don't Move a Mussel! : Zebra & Quagga Mussel Awareness for New Mexico: produced by New Mexico Game & Fish.
Click here to watch the NMGF video
.

Stop Exotics, Clean Your Boat

Get Ready for Boat Inspections: produced by Wyoming Game & Fish Department.
Click here to watch the Invasives video
.

Stop Exotics, Clean Your Boat

Don't Let Invasives Take Over Texas
Lakes
: produced by Texas Parks and Wildlife.
Click here to watch the Invasives video
.

Stop Exotics, Clean Your Boat

Importance of Inspections: produced by Colorado State Parks.
Click here to watch the inspections video
.

Stop Exotics, Clean Your Boat

Don't Move a Mussel - Seaplanes: produced by Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission.
Click here to watch the seaplane video
.

Want to know which western waterbodies are considered to be either “positive” for quagga or zebra (Dreissenid) mussels or for a “critical” invasive plant species? Take a look at our List of Critical Waters.

Stop Exotics, Clean Your Boat

Don't Move a Mussel: produced by Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission.


DVDOrder a DVD from PSMFC.

 
Stop Exotics, Clean Your Boat

Stop Exotics, Clean Your Boat produced by Minnesota Sea Grant.
Click here to watch the MNSG video
.

Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife

Clean Boats Mean Clean Waters
30-Second Public Service Announcement about Eurasian Water Milfoil produced for USFWS Click here to see the PSA
(This is a cartoon)

Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife

Boat Inspection Video produced by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Click here to learn how to inspect your boat.

Stop the Invasion

KDWP Zebra Mussel Video News produced by Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks explains what zebra mussels look like and what you can do to avoid transporting them on your trailered boat.
Click here to watch the KDWP video.

Lose the Hitchhikers or Lose Your Lake produced by North Dakota Game and Fish Department. An excellent overview of the ANS problem and what you can do about it.
Click here to watch the NDGF video.


Zebra Mussels


Zebra Mussel Druse


Zebra Mussels on Rock


Mussel on Monofilament





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