These zebra mussels seen in 2010, at the Seaview North boatyard in Bellingham, came off the stern of a powerboat from Lake Erie in Ohio that was being transported to Vancouver B.C. The invasive mussels were found at the Cle Elum Port of Entry by a Washington State Patrol commercial vehicle enforcement officer and were removed by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.
These zebra mussels seen in 2010, at the Seaview North boatyard in Bellingham, came off the stern of a powerboat from Lake Erie in Ohio that was being transported to Vancouver B.C. The invasive mussels were found at the Cle Elum Port of Entry by a Washington State Patrol commercial vehicle enforcement officer and were removed by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife. Philip A. Dwyer Bellingham Herald
These zebra mussels seen in 2010, at the Seaview North boatyard in Bellingham, came off the stern of a powerboat from Lake Erie in Ohio that was being transported to Vancouver B.C. The invasive mussels were found at the Cle Elum Port of Entry by a Washington State Patrol commercial vehicle enforcement officer and were removed by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife. Philip A. Dwyer Bellingham Herald

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