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Science Lecture Series: Fishes of Rensselaer Lake and Aquatic Invasive Species Management (Rescheduled from 7/21/22)

Thursday, September 15, 2022 | 6:30 pm

6:30 pm

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Gather in-person at 6:30pm for networking
Lecture begins at 7:00pm

When you think of pine barrens, fishes may not be the first thing that come to mind, but with the Hunger and Kaikout Kills and Rensselaer Lake right square in the middle of the Albany Pine Bush Preserve, fish are an important part of our wildlife community. Join us this evening for a lecture by NYSDEC Warmwater Fisheries Biologist Scott Wells as he reviews a 2017 Rensselaer Lake fish survey and details aquatic invasive species management in New York State.

Suitable for adults.

This lecture will also be live streamed on our YouTube Channel
www.youtube.com/TheAPBPC
 

Albany Pine Bush Discovery Center
From I-87 take exit 2W (Rt 5 West, Central Avenue). Follow Rt 5 for about 2 miles then turn left onto Rt 155 (New Karner Rd). Continue on Rt 155 for about 1.2 miles. The Discovery Center is located on the left at 195 New Karner Road. (518)456-0655
195 New Karner Road Suite 1
Albany, New York

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