Re: NANFA-L-- Excellent collecting toy

Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- Excellent collecting toy
From: Bruce Stallsmith (
Date: Mon Dec 27 2004 - 17:37:15 CST

Yeah, that NatureServe fish by watershed feature is a good one. But it's
also a work in progress, as Ray Wolff pointed out a while back. Having said
that, is still the best single source of information about
North American plants and animals on-line.

--Bruce Stallsmith
I've seen a lot of the fish,-in-least, in the Tennessee drainage
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>From: James Smith <>
>Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- Excellent collecting toy
>Date: Mon, 27 Dec 2004 16:24:02 -0500
>Such a site would take half the fun out of collecting :-)
>That said, Natureserve-in-least lists fish by watershed.
>For example, if you wanted to know what fish I had in my local rivers,
>put your mouse between vermont and new hampshire on the "Upper
>Connecticut" river or on the "White" river about halfway up the
>Vermont side of the border. The White river is right outside my front
>door and across the street, the Connecticut is a half mile down the

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