This past weekend R.A.R.E. spent some time with Sarah from the D.E.P. (Department of Environmental Protection) at the ArtsWestchester gallery. She generously gave up her time to host a cool workshop on Saturday.
We participated in having our 11 inch live eel friend pose for us while Sarah talked about Hudson River eels. A young visitor nick named our fish friend, “Slippery”.
Something new I learned about eels; though they may travel 1500 miles one way from the Sargasso Sea to their N.Y. home it turns out they are not the greatest travelers in terms of mileage compared to others. Mainly because they like the Hudson River too much and choose to grow and live here before it’s time to make the journey back!