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Damariscotta Lake’s Second Confirmed Hydrilla Infestation
Boaters on Damariscotta Lake traveling upstream along the Davis Stream may be confronted with a navigational buoy reading “Area Closed”. Backed by a state order, the message is intended to ensure that boaters do not disturb and further spread an infestation of the invasive aquatic weed Hydrilla.

This is Damariscotta Lake’s second confirmed hydrilla infestation. The first infestation has been successfully sealed off from the rest of the lake in an isolated lagoon and extensive lakeshore surveys have revealed no further infestation sites to date.

Hydrilla, a non-native aggressive aquatic plant can clog boating channels and degrade fish and wildlife habitat. Once established it can grow uncontrollably quickly shading out native plants and vegetation.


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Impact of Everglades Restoration Projects on Waterfowl - At one time, Florida was a top destination for duck hunters. These days? Hunters still kill plenty of ducks, but the birds don’t show up like they used to in places that held gobs of waterfowl in the past. Long-term weather trends are likely playing a role, but he reason fewer ducks use the Everglades is simple. There is far less habitat now than there was 20, 30 or 40 years ago.


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