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Nature Moncton November Meeting
Tuesday 19 November 2019 - 07:00pm - Tuesday 19 November 2019 09:00pm

Date:  November 19, 2019

Time: 7:00 pm

Location:  Mapleton Park Rotary Lodge (across from where Cabela’s used to be)

SpeakerAlyreChiasson (Université de Moncton)

Unlike birds, fish more often than not, escape our daily attention;yet in terms of species they far outnumber our feathered friends. How the glaciers retreated from New Brunswick has greatly influenced the distribution pattern of the various species of fish in the province. Where and how they live is the subject of this presentation. All of the fish I have selected are freshwater residents or pass part of their life cycle in our rivers, streams and lakes. From a fish that spends its entire life in an area no bigger than your bathtub to one that travels thousands of miles to reach our province. From a fish that smells like cucumber to those that navigate in the dark -- we’ve got them all! Join me for a somewhat whimsical look at the fish of New Brunswick

All are welcome, Nature Moncton Member or not.



Location 
Mapleton Park Rotary Lodge
600 Mapleton Rd.
Moncton
NB
Canada
E1G 0N3





Date: November 19, 2019

Time: 7:00 pm

Location: Mapleton Park Rotary Lodge (across from where Cabela’s used to be)

Speaker: Alyre Chiasson (Université de Moncton)


Unlike birds, fish more often than not, escape our daily attention; yet in terms of species they far outnumber our feathered friends. How the glaciers retreated from New Brunswick has greatly influenced the distribution pattern of the various species of fish in the province. Where and how they live is the subject of this presentation. All of the fish I have selected are freshwater residents or pass part of their life cycle in our rivers, streams and lakes. From a fish that spends its entire life in an area no bigger than your bathtub to one that travels thousands of miles to reach our province. From a fish that smells like cucumber to those that navigate in the dark -- we’ve got them all! Join me for a somewhat whimsical look at the fish of New Brunswick

All are welcome, Nature Moncton Member or not.
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