Tag Archives: Jacqueline Madill

Searching for Pearly Mussels in the Rideau River during the Hottest Days of Summer

Sixteen years after the first study, what is the state of native mussels in Ontario’s Rideau River? Research scientist André Martel and team will be diving all summer to find out. Continue reading

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Citizen Science Led by the Canadian Museum of Nature and Ottawa Riverkeeper

A new citizen-watch programme will track the distribution and movements of invasive zebra mussels in the Ottawa River. Continue reading

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Fun, Sun and Fatmuckets: The Canadian Museum of Nature Goes to River Day at Petrie Island

Surprising mussels! A team of museum biologists share their passion for invertebrates. Continue reading

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