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  1. Brian Simonseth

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    WSC December 1st, 2004 General Meeting
    Guest Speakers: Fred Goetz, US Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle, WA
    Presentation: “Bull Trout in the Snohomish, Skagit and Whidbey Basins”

    Where: Bothell American Legion Hall
    19213 Bothell Way NE, Bothell, WA
    Time 7-9 PM

    Fred Goetz has worked as a fish biologist and restoration ecologist for the Army Corps of Engineers for the past 12 years. Â He currently studies salmon and trout life histories and habitat relationships in river, estuary and near
    shore areas. He is a federal science co-lead for an ecosystem restoration assessment of the Puget Sound nearshore. He has led an acoustic tracking program to study bull trout for the past 3 years in the Puget Sound near shore and major river deltas. He and Ed Connor, Seattle City Light, will be co-managing this study for the fourth year in 2005, which includes 45 monitoring stations located along the near shore of Central and North Puget Sound.
     
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    Brian thank for the invite. Boy that place was not easy to find. Very intresting stuff it was for sure. Got there late but just in time to catch the part on Bull Trout in full. The part on how a Bull goes up waterfalls by crawling rather then jumping was very intresting as it was learning just how far those fish can travel from water system to water system. Hard to belive that a fish has to be an endangered before the time is taken to study it and try to understand it range, feeding habits and other things about it.
    Once again thanks for posting the event. I learned quite abit.Thank you.
     

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