In Guam, the invasive Brown Tree Snake has eaten almost all the birds! According to ThinkProgress
there are only a few hundred birds left on the island. The decimation of the bird population has lead to an explosion in the spider population and the snakes have also been “biting residents and even knocking out electricity by slithering onto power lines.”
So the USA to the rescue will be air-dropping poisoned mice with “little parachutes”
The problem illustrates the substantial economic and health risks posed by invasive species in an increasingly global economy. Other risks include the Emerald ash borer on imported Valentine’s Day flowers, the brown marmorated stink bug on citrus fruit and killer algae that grows in tropical fish tanks.