July 14, 2011 by usfwsnortheastblog
Hi Everyone – Still working on my blogging skills but more later
A photo of us at airport:
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Have a safe flight.
Wǒ bú huì shuō zhōngwén.
very photogenic group but where is Russel the Mussel?
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Jess Jones, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist and blog author
Mussels are our silent sentinels--the guards of our waters.
Mussel populations indicate healthy water systems, which means good resources for drinking water, for fishing, and for waterfowl and other species.
Declining or at-risk mussels indicate problems for other fish and wildlife species—even people, too. Conserving them, our diverse water wildlife and our water quality is of global importance.
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