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Taking Stock: Why Our Volunteers Count Fish!

The CIB’s Inshore Fish Seining Program is just preparing to wrap up for the season. An almost entirely volunteer-based effort, this project gathers data on the fish species found in the shallow shore-zone areas of the Inland Bays. Every year … Continue reading

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3 Unexpected Fish Species Found in the Inland Bays

  Mummichogs, horseshoe crabs, and shrimp galore! Seining in the Inland Bays can turn up a number of common species that call our estuary home. But what about the surprise species – the one’s you don’t always expect? Let’s take a … Continue reading

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