An Introduction to New Hampshire’s Fish Species of Conservation Concern
January 11 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST
Join the New Hampshire Audubon Seacoast Chapter for their in person January program.
New Hampshire is home to a number of fish populations that are at risk of decline, or in some cases extirpation, due to human caused threats. Declines in aquatic species often go unnoticed, because they are less visible to the public. This presentation, by Matt Carpenter of NH Fish and Game Department, will provide a closer look at some of these species, including their life history traits, current status, and also a discussion of ongoing conservation efforts intended to restore NH’s native fish populations and the aquatic habitats they depend on.
The Seacoast Chapter meets monthly on the second Wednesday except the months of July and August unless there is a special program. Refreshments are served at 7 pm and the meetings begin at 7:30 pm unless otherwise noted (entrance doors locked at 7:45 pm). The public is welcome free of charge. In person meetings are held at the Seacoast Science Center at Odiorne State Park, Route 1A, Rye, NH. Wheelchair accessible. For more information on chapter programs, please contact: Dan Hubbard, (603) 332-4093 or email@example.com.