Safe Passage for Migratory Fish in the Southeast

Safe Passage for Migratory Fish in the Southeast

The rivers and streams of the Southeastern U.S. host North America's richest diversity of fish and other aquatic species, yet many of these river systems have long been blocked and fragmented by dams, road crossings, and other barriers. Learn how The Nature Conservancy and its partners are working to remove these barriers, and provide safer passage for the migratory fish of this globally unique region.

This video features Nature Conservancy scientists Katie Owens and Paul Freeman.


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