Control of Invasive Alien Species (IAS) in the Côtes d’Armor

July 6, 2019
July 6, 2019 FACE

Through trapping operations, the Hunters Federation of Côte d’Armor has been involved since 2003 in improving knowledge, monitoring the progress and limiting the expansion of invasive alien species (IAS). Coypus, muskrats and minks are increasingly observed in the department and can cause damage to local crops and wildlife.

Country: France
Region:
Brittany
Starting date:
2003
Species characteristics: Huntable species
Type of actions: Management of habitats and wildlife, Research and data collection
Leading partners: Fédération départementale des chasseurs des Côtes d?Armor

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