In addition to last month’s invasive species conference in Hilo, the Hawai‘i Conservation Conference, held in July in Waikiki, also hosted speakers and featured posters reporting some of the latest developments in invasive species monitoring and control. The following are just a few examples:
Mongooses on Kaua‘i: A False Alarm?
At the Hawai‘i Conservation Conference six years ago, Theresa Menard of The Nature Conservancy of Hawai‘i shared modeling results showing how difficult it would be to eradicate mongooses from Kaua‘i if a population were to become established. The weasel-like creatures . . .
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