Winter Lecture Series - Changing Fisheries of the Chesapeake Bay: Radical Changes in Recent Years

Posted by AMaritimeMuseum

Join Annapolis Maritime Museum for their 8th and final lecture of the 2021 Winter Lecture Series, featuring speaker Lenny Rudow.


For this final lecture, we will take a look at the changing nature of fishing on the Chesapeake Bay. Striped bass populations have fallen and as conservation measures intended to rebuild their population seem to be falling short, there’s been a rather amazing increase in the number and diversity of warm-weather species visiting the Bay’s waters each summer. Dive deeper with us as we learn which types of warm-water fish are now being found in our local waters on a regular basis.

Event Date
Thursday, February 25, 2021
Event time
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Cost / donation
$10
Contact
Mallory Mlynarek,
museum@amaritime.org
, 4102950104

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