Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper is hosting a Fish Forum at the Aquarium of Niagara on March 31st from 6:30-9:30pm. This free event will feature four local scientists discussing their research on local fish. Jo Johnson, a graduate student in the GLES M.A. program, will present "Methods and Objectives of the Emerald Shiner Project in the Upper Niagara River." Her presentation will discuss the efforts that the GLC is making to study this tiny fish in our nearby waterway. For more information about the emerald shiner study, visit emeraldshiner.buffalostate.edu.
Other guests include Joseph Gould from Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper, "Reducing Barriers for Fish and Wildlife and Improving Stream Function;" Jonah Withers from U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, "Listening in on Lake Sturgeon in the Buffalo Harbor;" Helen Domske from New York Sea Grant, "Finned Great Lakes Invaders and Other Fishes."
Registration for the event is required. To attend please register at bnriverkeeper.org/forums.
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