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From the Field: Monitoring Blue Catfish in Virginia’s James River



July 01, 2011

Bob Greenlee, fisheries biologist with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, explains how they use electrofishing boats to monitor blue catfish in the James River. Blue catfish are an introduced species, and their population has dramatically increased in Virginia’s James and Rappahannock rivers.

Produced by Matt Rath
Music: “Resonance” by mindthings

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