This event is part 1 of a special 3-part series for educators on the Hudson River Estuary.
Presenters: Margie Turrin, Director of Educational Field Programs, and Laurel Zaima, Education Program Assistant, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
Target Audience: Grades 1 - 5 educators
Description: Fish in the Hudson may share a watery habitat, but aside from that, fish can vary in every way imaginable. They are uniquely adapted to their niche in the ecosystem. Learn how different adaptations benefit different species and expand your love of these charismatic vertebrates as we do different fish activities while we learn all about fish. (Note that while we are focusing on the Hudson this fish activity applies more widely).