Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

Photos from the Field

View photos of bonefish fieldwork.



Bonefish Genetics Research in Exuma

Researchers traveled to northern Exuma cays in The Bahamas to conduct collaborative fieldwork for the Bonefish Recruitment Dynamics and Genetic Population Structure Study.

Bonefish Genetics Research in Grand Bahama

View photos of intensive fieldwork for the bonefish recruitment dynamics and genetic population structure study.

Bonefish Genetics Research in Andros, Bahamas

View photos of fieldwork for the bonefish recruitment dynamics and genetic population structure study.

Bonefish Research on Abaco

Researchers head to The Bahamas to collect data for a bonefish genetics study.


FWC Facts:
Wood stork nestlings are fully feathered and capable of short flights at about 7-8 weeks of age but are not independent of their parents until they are 9-10 weeks old.

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