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File Flat Lake Sturgeon (37x10)
This large format lake sturgeon illustration (37x10 inches) is part of a "Flat Fish" outreach project.
Located in Projects / World Fish Migration Day
File Flat Salmon (11x17)
A smaller version of our Flat Salmon.
Located in Projects / World Fish Migration Day
File Flat Salmon (30x12)
This large format salmon illustration (30x12 inches) is part of a "Flat Fish" outreach project.
Located in Projects / World Fish Migration Day
File Flat Sturgeon (11x17)
A smaller version of our Flat Sturgeon.
Located in Projects / World Fish Migration Day
File Flat Sturgeon (37x10)
This large format sturgeon illustration (37x10 inches) is part of a "Flat Fish" outreach project.
Located in Projects / World Fish Migration Day
File Freshwater and Diadromous Fishes of New England: Identification, Distribution and Conservation Status - Upcoming Summer Week-long Seminars 2021
Educational seminar
Located in News and Announcements / News
Maine is a water rich state, with thousands of miles of rivers and streams cutting through our fields and forests. There are also thousands of miles of public and private roads and trails that dissect the state, but in the past when it came to building crossings over those waterways the thought often was about how to get water from one side of the road to another, not about the fish trying to cross under the roads.
Located in Projects / Multimedia
On June 5 a celebration at the Grand Falls Fishway was held, near the banks of the St. Croix River. The event was in honor of the reopening of all the St. Croix to the native alewives. Beginning in 1995, the Maine Legislature had closed the Grand Falls and other fishways to the alewives on the concern they might be adversely impacting the smallmouth bass, an introduced alien species.
Located in Resources / Historical Archives
File Octet Stream Great Marsh Resiliency Workshop Agenda
Meeting agenda with links to presentations
Located in Topics / / Workshops / Great Marsh Resiliency Workshop
Gulf of Maine Coastal Program
The Gulf of Maine Coastal Program (GOMCP) works with a variety of partners to share information, knowledge, and capabilities for habitat conservation at the landscape scale to support healthy populations of fish and wildlife. Together, we protect and restore habitats that sustain diverse and abundant populations of fish, wildlife, and plants throughout the Gulf of Maine watershed. With the threat of climate change, successful landscape level habitat conservation will provide opportunities for fish and wildlife to adapt. This holistic approach ensures that individual projects produce meaningful and sustainable results for fish and wildlife and makes the best use of limited resources.
Located in Partners / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service