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Southern Adirondack Audubon Society


Protecting the environment through the preservation of natural habitats
 and the advancement of environmental education










       
          Public programs are held in either the Christine McDonald Community Room of the Crandall Library in Glens Falls or in the Harry Dutcher Community Room of the Saratoga Springs Public Library. 

Crandall
                      Library Logo For the Crandall Library:  Directions and a map may be found here.  
**You may call Crandall Library at 792-6508 to see if the library has closed due to weather**


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For the Saratoga Springs Library:  Directions and a map may be found here.  
**You may call the Saratoga library at 518-584-7860 to see if the library has closed due to weather**
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A Specially Scheduled Summer Program

"Native Adirondack Fish and Piscivorous Birds"


Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 7 p.m.
Hadley-Luzerne Public Library
at 19 Main Street, Lake Luzerne, NY

Osprey with fish


Southern Adirondack Society will host Lisa Holst at the Hadley-Luzerne Public Library, to present “Native Adirondack Fish and Piscivorous Birds”on Thursday, July 18th at 7:00 p.m.


Lisa will offer a brief history of the fish communities of the Adirondacks, including the history of degradation that shaped the Adirondack Park Preserve. The program will briefly touch on effects of acid rain and invasive species and Lisa will share profiles of some of the lesser known native Adirondack fish species. The program will wrap up by discussing the ongoing restoration of endangered Adirondack fish species, how the recovery of certain bird species is affecting fish and fisheries, and how piscivorous (fish-eating) birds are affected by environmental contamination.

Lisa Holst has worked for the Department of Environmental Conservation for 26 years in various planning and restoration roles. She has been the Rare Fish Unit leader since 2008, responsible for assessment, management, and restoration of imperiled species of freshwater fish statewide. Lisa attributes her avocation to spending summers on (and in) the St. Lawrence River and watching too much of The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau on TV as a child. She holds a BS in Marine Biology from Southampton College of Long Island University and resides in Niskayuna with her husband and daughter.


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Please avoid wearing fragranced products, to avoid triggering
allergies, asthma and migraines in others attending the programs.  Thank you.
John J. Audubon's drawing of a Fish Hawk or Osprey with Fish