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Cobleskilll college helps bring back baby gilt darters

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A tiny fish species is roaming New York waters for the first time in decades following a project involving staff and students at SUNY-Cobleskill and several state agencies. The state Department of Environmental Conservation last week announced the release of baby gilt darters, an endangered species absent 75 years from New York waters due to pollution, siltation and other factors. Project participants released 1,200 juvenile fish, many raised in SUNY-Cobleskill’s Endangered Fishes Hatchery, into the ...


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