The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lower Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office will sample juvenile and larval fish using a variety of methods in several habitat types (wetlands, backwater and open flow areas) in the Niagara River from May-September 2011. Sampling methods include drift nets, ichthyoplankton nets, light traps, minnow traps, trawling and larval seines. Species diversity information will help guide management decisions on the Niagara River.
Characterization of the Niagara River larval fish community