1. Burrendong temperature control curtain


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    An Australian first project to reduce cold water pollution from Burrendong Dam in central west NSW, Australia. The project involved construction of a flexible curtain around the intake tower of the dam to enable warm surface water to be released downstream instead of cold water from the bottom of the dam which can be harmful to native fish. © WaterNSW

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    • Hangin' with Sandwich


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        from Anne Wright Added 1 0 0

        The waters in downtown RVA are heating up! Spawning Blueback herring are in the slower waters along the banks and structures at the Pipeline Rapids. In the silty waters and over the occasional piece of trash, they persevere... 3 May 2015

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          from Friends of James River Park Added 223 0 0

          Blueback herring are spawning along the banks and in the slower backwaters of the Pipeline Rapids in downtown RVA. In spite of the silty water and occasional piece of trash.... 3 May 2015

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          • Two Handed Bamboo Bliss


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            Legendary bamboo rod builder, Marty Karstetter, at home in his shop working on this year's 11ft 6/7wt bamboo spey rod for the Native Fish Society's annual benefit banquet and auction. The rod will go to the highest bidder on Saturday, April 11 2015. If you want to join us head to nativefishsociety.org to buy tickets. Credits: Camera Virginia Karstetter Music The Cory Morrow Band

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            • Jewel in The Crown Trailer


              from LaVerne Sultz Added 16 0 1

              Native bull trout have faced many trials and tribulations in the Flathead River drainage. In 1998, this important species became ESA listed as a threatened species throughout its range. Since the introduction of Mysis shrimp into the waters of Flathead Lake in the 1960s, bull trout have had to face an exploding population of predatory lake trout. The population of bull trout in the Flathead watershed has steadily declined to the point that today, redd counts in many spawning streams are reaching extremely low levels. Flathead Valley Trout Unlimited talked to several of the old-time fishermen who were fortunate enough have fished for bull trout during their heyday in the 1950s and before. We also interviewed most of the local fisheries managers for a perspective on what we had and what it will take to restore these populations in the Flathead River and tributaries.

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              • The Spawn


                from Friends of James River Park Added 655 1 0

                The latest Science in the Park video on blueback herring and American shad spawning in our great river.... Runner up selection in the 2015 RVA Environmental Film Festival... Showing Sunday, Feb 8 at 3:00, on the BIG screen!

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                • Yarra pygmy perch release at Picks Swamp - 2014


                  from Lachlan Farrington Added 65 1 0

                  In 2014, Millicent High School, South Australia's Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR) and Nature Glenelg Trust (NGT) teamed up to release some captive Yarra pygmy perch back into the wild. This was the culmination of five years of hard work, maintaining fish in captive facilities at both Millicent High School and Kingston Community School, along with the establishment of a refuge site and a population in a dam near Millicent. This video shows the capture of the fish from the dam and their final release into Picks Swamp.

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                  • Redbreast Nest in Wilson Creek


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                    • Chub Nest Building


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                      Beneath the broken dam in North Carolina

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