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7/25/2017 11:42 am  #1


EXTINCT FISH AND TROUT IN ALGONQUIN PARK AND THEIR MOVEMENT IN LAKES

Where the Fish Go” with Dr. Mark Ridgway — Knowing how and why fish move around in a lake is important to understand their biology and protecting fish populations, but this is easier said than done! Join Dr. Mark Ridgway, Director of the Harkness Laboratory of Fisheries Research in Algonquin Park to find out how biologists study trout, and how they move around lakes. Join Dr. Mark Ridgway on July 27, 2017 at 8:30pm at the Outdoor Theatre in Algonquin Park.Image: Dr. Mark Ridgway holding a Blackfin Cisco, a fish special thought to be extinct and rediscovered in Algonquin Park. For the full story seehttp://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/pdf/raven_2011_1.pdf

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Tripping in Algonquin Park is not about seeking shelter from a storm, tripping in Algonquin Park is about dancing in the rain!
 

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