Lecture on fishes of the Boise River

Philip Morrow

Lecture on fishes of the Boise River

CREATED Apr. 8, 2013

Discover the world of fish below the waves of the Boise River by attending a free public program on Tuesday, April 30 at 6:00 pm at the Garden City Library, 6015 Glenwood St.

Idaho Rivers United and the Garden City Library present Fishes of the Boise River with guest speaker Joe Kozfkay, Regional Fisheries Biologist with Idaho Fish and Game.

24 species of fish live in the Boise River. Are they native or planted? How does river health impact them? Are conditions improving? And everyone’s favorite question, where’s the best place to go fishing? Get the answers from Joe and find out what you can do to protect the fishes of the Boise River.

The program is free and open the public. For more information call (208) 343-7481 or visit www.idahorivers.org.

(photos courtesy: http://www.idahoafs.org/fishes.php; Idaho Fish and Game)