Sturgeon Viewing, Biology, and Beauty
Name: Sturgeon Viewing, Biology, and Beauty
Date: May 19, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
The Lake Sturgeon has a long history in the Great Lakes and rivers of Michigan. In fact, sturgeon have been cruising our lake waters since the time of the dinosaurs. They are an important biological component of the Great Lakes fish community, yet many stresses threaten their survival. Join Little Traverse Conservancy and Brenda Archambo from Sturgeon for Tomorrow as we hike along the Black River in search of this fascinating creature during its spawning season. If luck prevails, we may be able to coax a closer look out of one of the most ancient and wonderful creatures in our Michigan wild areas. Ask for exact directions when you register.