Have you ever noticed small holes in your lawn and you didn’t know if it was from a dog or other animal or observed the bark of your tree or shrub peeled off near the ground? Many of these lawn and tree damage events are caused by wildlife in our environment. To learn more about wildlife that may cause damage […]
Some of the most common invasive species in Minnesota’s woods include buckthorn, garlic mustard, Dutch elm disease and the emerald ash borer. Others that might not come to mind could be earthworms or Gypsy moths. All of these species are non-native and are causing significant damage in Minnesota’s forests. You can find identification guides to common invasive species at the DNR invasive species index.