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Surveillance Cameras Help Look for Invasive Species
A new surveillance camera will help protect Raquette Lake in New York State from invasive aquatic plants. The camera; called I-Lids, Internet Landing Installed Device Sensor, was secured with a $16,000 grant from The Nature Conservancy’s Adirondack Chapter.

The camera will be on duty when boat launch stewards are unavailable. The I-LIDS system will play an audio message when launchers go by explaining how to inspect and clean the boat. It will also capture video recordings of boats so stewards can check for signs of any aquatic invasive species.

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