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Efforts to maintain healthy populations of migratory fish in Maine rivers and streams

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Mark Berry / The Nature Conservancy
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In Maine and all over the world, migratory fish are threatened when rivers and streams are blocked by barriers like dams, road culverts and other man-made structures. To mark World Fish Migration Day, we’ll learn about the life cycles of the many species of fish that populate Maine’s rivers, what obstacles they face, and what is being done to ensure healthy fish and habitats.

Panelists:
Molly Payne Wynne, director, Freshwater Program, The Nature Conservancy in Maine
Sean Ledwin, director, Bureau of Sea Run Fisheries and Habitat, Maine Department of Marine Resources

VIP Callers:
Shannon Estenoz , Assistant Secretary for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, U.S. Department of the Interior
Josh Royte, senior conservation scientist, The Nature Conservancy in Maine

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