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Researching Bridle Shiners

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Kasey Pregler, right, a masters student in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UConn, and Matt Tracski, a student in Wildlife Ecology at University of Maine, prepare to seine the Shunock River for bridle shiners at Hewitt Farm in North Stonington Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013. Pegler and Tracski are doing research on the bridle shiners for DEEP Inland Fisheries.

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Kasey Pregler, left, a masters student in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UConn, and Matt Tracski, a student in Wildlife Ecology at University of Maine, measure the bridle shiners they caught while seining on Lower Hewitt Pond at Hewitt Farm in North Stonington Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013. Pegler and Tracski are doing research on the bridle shiners for DEEP Inland Fisheries.

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Kasey Pregler, a masters student in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UConn, holds a hand full of bridle shiners from the Shunock River at Hewitt Farm in North Stonington Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013. Pegler and Tracski are doing research on the bridle shiners for DEEP Inland Fisheries.

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Kasey Pregler, left, a masters student in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UConn, and Matt Tracski, a student in Wildlife Ecology at University of Maine, seine the Shunock River for bridle shiners at Hewitt Farm in North Stonington Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013. Pegler and Tracski are doing research on the bridle shiners for DEEP Inland Fisheries.

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