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Close to Being Wiped Out, Paddlefish are Making a Comeback
Caddo Lake, Texas’ only naturally formed lake, used to be home to massive, open-mouthed dinosaur era fish called paddlefish. Decades after being nearly wiped out, it’s making a comeback.

The fish are going to be closely tracked by scientists, researchers and students in 20 schools as part of a broad collaboration between private, state and federal agencies attempting to revitalize the damaged ecosystem by changing the water releases from a nearby dam.

Part of a five-year project with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to change how water is released from the Lake O’ the Pines Dam. Previously, water was released to prevent flooding and as a result failed to account for the river’s natural flows. The stronger flows signaled to the paddlefish it was time to migrate to their spawning grounds – when the flows disappeared, so did the paddlefish.

 
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Lake Hopatcong Weed Harvesting Haul Nearly Triples from Last Year - Dan Bello, who is supervising the weed control program for the state park, told the Lake Hopatcong Commission on July 21 that the weed harvesters on Lake Hopatcong brought in 800 tons of weeds between June 6 and July 18. According to Bello, that averages about 27 cubic yards a day. In comparison, last year only about 270 tons of weeds were harvested by July 18.


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