Hualapai Mountain Park Impacted By Western Bark Beetles

Published by The Bee News

September 28, 2018

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KINGMAN–The Mohave County Parks Department has detected an increase in Bark Beetle activity in the Hualapai Mountain Park region over the past few weeks. The County has been working with the State and the Bureau of Land Management to identify the extent of the Bark Beetle infestation and develop mitigation solutions. Arizona State Forestry officials have identified the Western Bark Beetle as the insect that is impacting the Hualapai Mountain Park area.

Many of the infested trees have been weakened by years of drought, fire, and other high factor weather conditions. Mohave County Parks has a mitigation plan in place and will be working over the next several months to remove impacted trees located inside the Hualapai Mountain Park to contain the outbreak.

The Hualapai Mountain Park will remain open to the public while removal of the impacted trees is in progress.

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