So Kudzu is Wildlife. Did not Know That.
Not surprising that wildflowers are classified as wildlife, but kudzu, Johnson grass, etc. ? Could've fooled me.
Definition of Wildlife
Merriam-WebsterHere are some presentations at this year's Wildlife Wilderness Week of the wildlife fauna variety. With the possible exception of snakes, notice the absence of any topics on water-dwelling types, most notably the fish themselves, or even, sorry to bring it up, otters. Although it was one I didn't get to attend, it may be kudzu was covered in the "Watching Wandering Wildlife" class.
Amazing Bears: Anne Allison and Kathy Sherrard
Black Bear Ecology: Anne Allison and Kathy Sherrard
Being Bear Smart: Kate Marshall
How to Get Eaten by a Bear: Joel & Kathy Zachry
The Story of Appalachian Bear Rescue: Who We Are: Anne Allison and Kathy Sherrard
Black Bear Management in Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Bill Stiver
Bird’s the Word: Bird Stories, Songs, Lore and Natural History: Doug Elliott
Chickadee: Bringer of Truth: Stephen Lyn Bales
Hosting Hummingbirds: Regina Garr
Goldfinches and Cardinals: Bring Some Color to Your Bird Feeders: Steve Garr
John James Audubon’s "The Birds of America": Stephen Lyn Bales
Orioles: Spring and Summer: Regina Garr
Bird Songs of the Smokies: Mark A. Dunaway
Birds of Prey - Live Eagles!: American Eagle Foundation
The ABCs of Bird Photography: Weldon Lee
Fly Fishing the Smokies: Greg Ward
Stream Stocked Trout Fishing: Greg Ward
Groundhogology: Of Whistlepigs and World Politics: Doug Elliott
Wild Hog Management in the Great Smoky Mountains: Jay Carr
Wild Hog Management: Are We Too Late?: David Whitehead
Advanced Possumology: Songs, Stories, Lore and More About the Possum: Doug Elliott
O! Possum: Lynne McCoy
Searching for Panthers in the Smokies: Dr. Don Linzey
Confessions of Snake Boy: Snake Tales, Songs and Lore: Doug Elliott
The Serpent Handlers: Fred Brown
Smoky Mountain Bears, Whitetails and Wildflowers: Kate Marshall
Watching Wandering Wildlife: W.C. & Glenna Julian
Bears, Boars and Bulls: A Wild Life in the Smokies!: Kim Delozier
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Last edited by JoeFred; 01-26-2013 at 09:10 PM..
Isn't kudzu is an invasive introduced way back when they didn't know how fast it would spread?
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