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World Fish Migration Day

Welcome to Maine's resource page for World Fish Migration Day!

World Fish Migration Day draws attention to the challenges fish face when they migrate. May 24 is the official day of celebration, but we have events scheduled throughout May. Help us celebrate by participating in the exciting events and activities below! 

For more events in Maine (and beyond!), please visit the official World Fish Migration Day website and The Nature Conservancy's WFMD webpage.
 

Find out more about our Flat Fish activity

May 2014

Have you heard of Flat Stanley? During the month of May (and maybe beyond?) Our Flat Fish activity will get you and your family outside looking for the best waterfront spots to share your enthusiasm for helping fish migrate!

Find out more about our Flat Fish activity!

Join us for Endangered Species Day

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Join us for fish-friendly Endangered Species Day activities and art creation at the Kids Central Festival in Bangor with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and NOAA.

Find out more about our Endangered Species Day event!

Bangor Greendrinks logo by Mark Ricketts

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Bangor Greendrinks celebrates Penobscot River Restoration with Waterfront Concerts down by the Bangor Waterfront.

Find out more about our Bangor Greendrinks gathering!

Join us for the Sea-run Fish and their Ecosystems Art Exhibit

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Our Penobscot River Sea-run Fish Restoration Bus Tour will showcase our efforts to rebuild populations of river herring, Atlantic salmon, sturgeon and other native sea-run fish. Afterwards, join us for the opening reception for the Sea-run Fish and their Ecosystems Art Exhibit at Maine Discovery Museum. The exhibit runs through June 20, 2014.

Find out more about these events!

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Download our 2014 poster

Choose the poster size you wish to download.

Large (22x34 in) / Small (11x17 in)

Are you excited about World Fish Migration Day? Share your enthusiasm with a fun poster illustrated by Maine artist and biologist Laury Zicari!  if you do not have access to a large format printer and you are interested in a large poster for your group or classroom.