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Ness Fishery Board Oct 24
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Craig Paukert Oct 19
Start a few days early! Tuesday Oct 20 at 7 PM Central US time. "To migrate or not to migrate: that is NOT the question" Talk open to the public.
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Paul Franklin Oct 23
The giant kokopu is the largest galaxiid & endemic to . It's also one of the 5 species that supports a key recreational & cultural fishery. Good is crucial for looking after our
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Ness Fishery Board Oct 23
On the eve of consider the European eel. Classified as 'Critically Endangered' by , they have amazing climbing skills, but can be stopped by man-made structures after a 3,700 mile from their spawning grounds
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Lucas Griffin Oct 24
Happy ! We've been tracking Tarpon and their migrations across the Gulf of Mexico and SE US for nearly five years. Acoustic telemetry has come so far thanks to an incredible collaborative effort
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Ness Fishery Board Oct 24
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Ruben van Treeck Oct 24
Happy everybody! 🐟🦈🐑 See you at tonight. 🎢🎹🎀🐠
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Paul Franklin Oct 23
We're currently celebrating ! Come and see us to meet some of our native fish
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Michael J Andres Oct 24
We track Gulf Sturgeon of all sizes as they make their yearly journey to and from saltwater. Simply an amazing fish. Lucky to work with great team and be sure to check out Alfonso's free talk next week to see some current research!
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Wingate Wood Oct 24
this year is a time to celebrate on the After 300 years the barriers are coming down, hundreds of miles of waterways are opening up to fish. Enormous thanks to and instrumental in making it happen, you deserve credit.
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Fish Migration Dec 1
During , in , an important release of endangered fish species took place. Now, back to their home: the Mekong River. Thank you for all the work and passion ❀️ For a future with full of
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Corey Dunn Oct 24
Dozens of big-river fish species make seasonal runs up large tributaries of the Missouri & Mississippi rivers to find spawning, foraging, & refuge habitats β€” including this Shovelnose Sturgeon.
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Kim Birnie-Gauvin, Ph.D Oct 24
Happy !!! To celebrate, some pics of my fav 🐟🐟 on this day, let's remember that fish move more than we think, probably at more times of the year than most books say (fish don't read books πŸ˜‰) and they NEED ! 🏞️
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Paul Franklin Oct 22
Tomorrow is ! Check out what's going on where you are to celebrate our migratory fishes. We will be putting some of our on display for the day tomorrow, so come along and say hi!
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sustainable_elvers Oct 23
for 5 years, Brittany fishermen have helped more than 56 million eels overcome obstacles to migration. Sustainable fisheries.
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Juliano Ferrer Oct 24
Happy . Young Dourado (Saliminus brasiliensis), migratory threatened with extinction in RS(BR). Several dams on resulted in habitat loss and a population severely fragmented. This one was rescued in a dry area of a dam and shortly released.
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Esti DΓ­az Oct 23
October 24th is the 🐟. The partners would like to join this day and explain what we are doing to contribute to the conservation of migratory fish. Have a look πŸ‘€!
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SustainableEelGroup Oct 24
Fish migration also means downstream and out of the turbine blades
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Million Dollar Vegan Oct 24
Did you know the treatment of fish was one of the catalysts for Joaquin and his family to turn vegan?!? -
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Katie O'Reilly Oct 24
Following the removal of the Elwha Dam (the world's largest effort), migratory fishes have been returning, but at differing times, showing that recovery of connecting habitats isn't always a linear process and often takes time
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