Eels in the Hudson River Estuary

American Eels migrate up the Hudson River as babies in order to spend their lives in the creeks and streams that run through our own neighborhoods. Each year, scientists put out nets to catch, count, weigh, measure and release the babies in order to check on the health of the species. Join us!

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