ATVs in rivers hurt environment, fisheries experts tell CBC

COE HILL — Here’s something all terrain vehicle riders should think about before they go off roading:  if they’re not careful, they might damage fish habitat.

Off-road vehicle enthusiasts that are driving their all-terrain vehicles through rivers and streams are damaging fish habitats and polluting waterways, according to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.

Federal fisheries officials are warning riders to stop, says a CBC news report from New Brunswick.

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