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State of the James Part 3: An American Shad Tale
American shad was once one of the most important fish species in the James River, known for spring spawning migrations that were abundant and celebrated in Virginia. But decades of overfishing, pollution, industrial water intakes, and construction of dams that block migrations have severely hurt the James River shad population. In this webinar, we’ll relive stories of past shad abundance and its cultural significance. Finally, presenters will reveal the current status of shad and critical needs for restoration and protection actions.

Sep 29, 2021 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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