Scientists have long known that bush honeysuckle is an aggressive invasive species. However, they have only recently begun to understand the negative effect it has on aquatic ecosystems.
Environmental Justice, COVID-19 Response Take Center Stage At Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment
Participants heard panelists speak on a variety of issues such as economic development opportunities within sustainable agriculture, Kentucky’s business outlook, the potential of brownfield redevelopment, and renewable energy procurement.
Most records that exist about the Hellbender’s whereabouts in Kentucky are from accidental captures by anglers or field biologists. When scientists conducted a statewide survey in 2011 to determine where these large salamanders live, very few were found.
But most biologists agree: Populations of this elusive amphibian are in danger.