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Save The Date 1-14-2016

The Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society will hold its 2016 Winter Meeting on the Avery Point campus of the University of Connecticut on 14 January, 2016. There will be morning and afternoon oral presentation sessions, lunch and a poster session. Co-hosts Syma Ebbin, Hannes Baumann, Eric Schultz and Jason Vokoun Syma... Read More

May 2-3, 2015 Creek Freaks and YARE Workshop

On May 2 & 3, over 20 teachers, educators and students gathered at the Cornell Biological Field Station on Oneida Lake in Central NY for a joint workshop on Youth Aquatic Resource Education (YARE).  The workshop featured hands-on instruction and training for teaching youth about water quality monitoring, aquatic ecology and fishing.  These educational topics... Read More

Official New York Fishing, Hunting & Wildlife Guide App

Pocket Ranger® provides plenty of other standard features and advanced GPS technology to maximize any backcountry excursion:       Places to hunt and fish and watchable wildlife Species profiles Rules and regulations License and permit information Safety communication tool Advanced GPS mapping features Cache map tiles for offline use Record tracks, distance and time... Read More

Fish Atlas Maps of New York

Fish Atlas Maps of New York – click here Introduction Fish distribution maps are a valuable and necessary part of conservation and management work. However, the only maps for New York’s inland fishes, from 1985, are becoming outdated. Up-to-date maps allow workers to better complete field assessments and to identify range extensions and species extirpations. They... Read More