Managing & Monitoring Muskellunge: A Twenty-Year Retrospective and Beyond
August 27 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Join this free, one-hour webinar as Arunas takes viewers on a journey across twenty years of study on the infamous muskie in Georgian Bay and the North Channel. What does the past tell us about the future of these great fish? With GBBR’s Katrina Krievins & guest host Arunas Liskauskas of the Upper Great Lakes Management Unit.
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About the presenters:
Arunas Liskauskas is a management biologist with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Upper Great Lakes Management Unit, Lake Huron Office. He has been involved with assessing, monitoring and researching Muskellunge populations throughout eastern Georgian Bay and the North Channel since 1996. This talk will highlight some of the insights that have advanced our knowledge and awareness of this unique and valued component of fish diversity in these waters.
Katrina Krievins is the Aquatic Conservation Programs Coordinator and has been with GBBR since 2016. She has been heavily involved with the State of the Bay program, gathering the best available research about water, wetlands, fisheries, and habitats in this unique landscape, and sharing it with people who care about Georgian Bay. Katrina holds an MS and BA from Brock University, as well as a Graduate Certificate in Ecosystem Restoration from Niagara College.
This webinar is offered in partnership with The Township of the Archipelago.