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Natural Resources Supervisor for Region 9

Department of Environmental Conservation


Region 9 Wildlife Manager

Department of Environmental Conservation


Region's Natural Resources Supervisor

NYSDEC


Regional Natural Resources Supervisor


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www.northcountrypublicradio.org

The DEC's Russell Biss is coordinating the efforts to fight the bug in western New York.


tracksandtrails.ca

"Exercising good stewardship of these state lands is the best way to help ensure that we can reopen these trails," said Russ Biss, Natural Resources Supervisor for DEC Region 9.


www.womenwhohunt.com [cached]

Of 14 state forest tracts in the county, Russ Biss, DEC Region 9 wildlife manager, recommends 2,561-acre North Harmony Forest off Route 13 west of Panama, and Boutwell Hill Forest, consisting of two units totaling 2,900 acres northeast of Sinclairville.Another fine hunting spot in the county is Canadaway Creek Wildlife Management Area, which covers 2,080 mostly upland acres in the town of Arkwright about four miles southeast of Fredonia.These and other state lands in the county are clearly marked on a map, State Forests of Southwestern New York, which can be ordered from Biss's office in Allegany at (716) 372-0645.


www.tonawanda-news.com

There's a very real possibility the animal Osborn spotted was indeed a coyote, said Russ Biss, the region's Natural Resources Supervisor for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation."(Coyotes) have been around the Buffalo area for quite some time," Biss said.Recently, there was a coyote sighting around Cheektowaga, Biss said. Coyotes normally stay away from urbanized areas and people, Biss said."(Coyotes) are opportunists and they will take what they can," Biss said.Though coyotes will usually stay away from people, they will attack if they feel threatened, Biss said.If a coyote doesn't immediately flee, it's best to make noise, yell at it or throw something at it to make it go away."It's not any reason for hysteria," Biss said.


www.fitzweller.com [cached]

“The [infestation] is a mile to a mile-and- a-half from the original infestation, but it’s not new,†said Russ Biss, regional natural resources supervisor for the DEC. “It was there last year but we hadn’t discovered it.â€
Biss said that’s because it can take months after an emerald ash borer infects a tree for signs to show. But Biss said the telltale sign involves peeling back the tree’s bark, where the emerald ash borer leaves an S-shaped imprint as opposed to the straight imprint of the native borer. It’s that strategy of pulling back tree bark that has spurred a new way of dealing with the insect. Crews from the U. S. Department of Agriculture continue to hang purple traps within a six-to eight-mile radius of suspected infestation sites or ash-heavy areas. But Biss said that because the traps depend on the pure chance that a borer might land in them, they are only about 5 percent effective.


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