Hunters Should Be Aware of Possible Toxic Blue-Green Algae

September 5, 2014 Jerry Kane

LINCOLN – Hunters around Olive Creek State Recreation Area should be aware of a report that a dog swimming in the lake recently has died. The cause of death is unconfirmed, but it is suspected that ingestion of toxic blue-green algae might be the cause of death. The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality took a ...

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