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Zach

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It’s not clear how the nutria, which have been a major environmental pest in California’s northern neighbor, Oregon, got into the state.
Wow....
 

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I’m getting old and don’t always remember things correctly but I’m pretty sure I have seen nutria at Wister . It’s been several years ago up in the 312C panels. Large rodent swimming in the south end. Does anyone else remember seeing them down there ? Geeze it’s tough to get old . Old Quack 49
 

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Old Quack 49 said:
I’m getting old and don’t always remember things correctly but I’m pretty sure I have seen nutria at Wister . It’s been several years ago up in the 312C panels. Large rodent swimming in the south end. Does anyone else remember seeing them down there ? Geeze it’s tough to get old . Old Quack 49
I've had them or something very similar swim through a few times over the years.
 

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The dogs killed one in Duck camp this year, big axed Rat.
 

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I love the statement where he is sure they will get them out of the state. Just like the killer bees and fire ants.
 

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Lots of muskrat in the Imperial Valley but I've never seen a nutria.
 
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