Sanibel to trap exotic lizards and iguanas
“Both lizards have no natural predators on Sanibel. They are considered a severe risk to the island ecosystem”
The City of Sanibel will begin trapping exotic lizards and iguanas to protect the island's natural wildlife. via News Press
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#1 Sep 21, 2007
THANK YOU!!!THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU!!! AS A PROPERTY OWNER NEAR DING DARLING AND A GRANDMOTHER WITH TODDLERS AND PUPPIES UNDERFOOT, I HAVE BEEN FOLOWING THIS CLOSELY. I AM ALWAYS GRATEFUL TO THE COMMITMENT SANIBEL HAS IN PROTECTING WHAT IS NATURAL AND GOOD ABOUT OUR ISLAND. LET'S FIND THESE LIZARDS AND DO WHAT IS APPROPRIATE AND BEST FOR OUR GENTLE ECO-SYSTEM AND HOMES. OTHERS HAVE SO ENJOYED OUR BIRDS AND WILDLIFE. IT IS A RARE TREASURE IN OUR CARE AND WATCH. THANK YOU FOR BEING ALERT AND READY TO ACT RESPONSIBLY.
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