The highly invasive Chinese snakehead fish has found a way past a natural barrier into the Upper Potomac River.
When salmon, salamanders or other aquatic animals shed skin cells, they leave behind traces of their DNA in the water, like clues left behind at a crime scene.
A scientist has developed a smart phone application to help keep track of invasive species.
Their numbers are growing and they are here to stay.
The Maryland Department of Agriculture is urging residents to help reduce the spread of invasive species that pose a threat to agricultural and natural resources.
Maryland is using insects to fight invasive species.
Organizers of this year’s Potomac Snakehead Tournament say anglers can catch all the snakeheads they want, help rid the river of an invasive species and maybe win $1,500.
Brian Knox’s goats are a bit of a novelty in Maryland, munching invasive species that have proven too tough for mowers, weed whackers and herbicides.
Maryland is engaged in a full-time fight against non-native species invading the state, everything from stink bugs to mute swans. One of the biggest challenges is a foreign type of algae and the battleground is footwear.