The public is invited to the MidCoast Watersheds Council meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Newport to learn about lampreys and their habitat and status.
The meeting takes place in the public meeting room of the Central Lincoln PUD, located at 2129 N Coast Highway.
Dr. Laurie Weitkamp, a research fisheries biologist for NOAA Fisheries’ NW Fisheries Science Center, who usually studies the ecology and conservation of salmon, will talk about these ancient creatures. Lampreys, an eel-shaped fish, use their toothed, sucking mouth to migrate upstream to spawn and, like salmon, spend time in both fresh water and the ocean.
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