Conservationists Trying To Help Turtles Thrive In Forest Preserve
http://hekpol.pl/88314-ivermectin-in-frankreich-kaufen-64783/ CHICAGO (CBS) — Radio transmitters with long antennae were attached to a dozen turtles on Friday and the turtles were then released into a south suburban forest preserve where it’s hoped they’ll produce more turtles.
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Cook County Forest Preserve District wildlife biologist Chris Anchor said turtles tagged on Friday included snapping turtles, painted turtles, and red-eared sliders.
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Forest Preserve District wildlife biologist Chris Anchor said, to prepare the area near Wampum Lake, crews removed invasive species of plants and did prescribed burns, which helped to make the soil soft enough for female turtles to dig holes in which to lay their eggs.