Something’s Fishy in Northeast Ohio

Learn how your native fish are identified and studied

Northeast Ohio supports an astounding diversity of native fishes that includes not only game fish, but a much larger variety of small, often colorful ones inhabiting the upper and lower reaches of the Grand, Chagrin, and Cuyahoga rivers.

Join Geauga Park District Park’s park biologist, Paul Pira, as he shares how native fish are identified and how their populations and aquatic habitats are surveyed and studied.

What: Something’s Fishy in NE Ohio

When: Tuesday, October 15 – 7 to 9 p.m.

Where: Big Creek Park, Meyer Center
9160 Robinson Road, Chardon Township

This program, geared for those school age and older, is being presented in conjunction with Blackbrook Audubon, which does refreshments, announcements and a raffle before the presentation and allows time for questions and socialization afterwards. The facility is fully wheelchair accessible. Call 440-286-9516 with questions.

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