World Fish Migration Day 2016

worldfishmigrationOrganized by the World Fish Migration Foundation, World Fish Migration Day (WFMD) on May 21, 2016 calls attention to the needs of migratory fish to ensure that more natural river networks remain connected, and those already fragmented can be restored.

WFMD will bring together more than 1,500 organizations, featuring more than 350 even400eventsts worldwide. A 52 minute diverse collection of short videos from all over the world will be streamed all day long during WFMD. This collection includes local content from the University of Washington, the State of Washington, as well as the Poulsbo based video "Is This Where Puget Sound Starts" by Still Hope Productions, Inc.

Global celebrations will begin in New Zealand and, following the sun, finish on the west coast of North America. Many organizations will open their doors for the public on May 21, offering a view into special work and projects related to fish migration and river restoration. More information about WFMD and associated events can be found at:

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