Posted October 11th, 2012 in Aquatic Invasive Species
Chicago area waters will be searched again beginning next week for indicators of Asian carp presence near Lake Michigan.
“Over 170 samples were taken from Chicago’s North Shore Channel from June through September – and 10-percent had the carp’s DNA. The same was true for 17 of 57 samples last month in the nearby Chicago River.
As a result, an actual search for the bloated carp will take place next Tuesday through Friday on the North Shore Channel and a six-mile stretch of the Chicago River west of the city.”
Read the complete article at the link above.