BREAK IN THE FOOD CHAIN?
The experts we surveyed pointed to disappearing native species as a major threat to the health of the Great Lakes. Some native fish populations are declining. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham reports on how the decline of one of those organisms is of most concern.
COASTER BROOK TROUT
The coaster brook trout is on the brink of disappearing. It used to be found in great numbers, but human impacts have hurt the fish. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Chris McCarus reports on efforts to rescue the fish, and how these efforts could help the Great Lakes too.
THE AMERICAN EEL
In our next report in the series, Ten Threats to the Great Lakes, we hear about native species that are in trouble. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's David Sommerstein reports that few species illustrate the dangers of the multiple threats to the Great Lakes as the American Eel.
SAVING AN ANCIENT FISH
We've been bringing you reports from the Great Lakes Radio Consortium's series Ten Threats to the Great Lakes. One of the threats experts identified is disappearing native species. One disappearing species that has scientists worries is the ancient fish, the lake sturgeon. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Celeste Headlee has that story.
Rare Warbler Makes Comeback
Saving Rattlesnakes from Development
Is Endangered Species Act Endangered?
Canadian 'Species At Risk' Law Criticized
Biologists Track Lynx's Return
Brighter Future for Native Trout
Endangered Mussel Rides to Renewal
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