Monday, November 1, 2010

Invasive Mink Numbers Fall

According to a waterways wildlife survey, the number of mink seen on waterways this year has dropped by 36 percent. Mink is an invasive species that eats threatened water voles. This drop may be due to the increase of otters. Otters and mink compete for territory. This could also mean good news for the threatened voles. Click here to read more.