Lesson in Fish Migration

Thursday, February 08, 2018 3:52 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

New lesson on fish migration is now available. 


Designing Fish-Friendly Culverts (and bridges) is an environmental education science lesson created for educators of grades 5 – 8 to teach kids about fish migration. This hands-on, introductory lesson, can be adapted to other grade levels as well. All materials are easy to download and public domain. Feel free to take the lesson, edit to include your local barriers to fish migration, the fish they affect and even nearby fish passage projects. 


This lesson was developed for the National Fish Passage Program.

 Denise Wagner

Branch of Communications and Partnerships, Fish and Aquatic Conservation

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
405.635.4784 email: denise_wagner@fws.gov

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