Did you know that over 230 species of fish inhabit the Hudson River and its tributaries? Fish Ecology introduces students to aquatic life in the Hudson River through an interactive fish anatomy lesson, a tour of our Wetlab aquarium and more.
- Students will define and identify the ecological significance of an estuary
- Students will identify native Hudson River fish species
- Students will define salinity and density as it pertains to local water bodies
- Students will discuss ongoing impacts to the Hudson River to define ways they can contribute to the health of the Hudson River and its wildlife
- Student capacity: 30 students per program
- Cost: $200 (waivers available upon demonstration of need)
- Teacher chaperones: One chaperone is required for every 10 students (1:10 ratio) at minimum
- Watershed Geography and Density Experiment
- Fish Anatomy Lesson
- Wetlab Aquarium Tour
For details on program availability and location in the Park, please consult the calendar at the booking link above or contact email@example.com.