River herring numbers up in NH, although still far short of past years
MANCHESTER – A surprising uptick in the number of river herring passing the Amoskeag Fishways Learning Center in Manchester has drawn attention to a species that gets less notice than salmon but is having just as much trouble surviving in New England’s waterways.
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