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WEST HARBOR POND
PRESERVING AND PROTECTING WATER AND WILDLIFE
IN THE HEART OF THE BOOTHBAY PENINSULA
West Harbor Pond is a complicated, fascinating place with hidden depths (pun intended) that go far beyond swimming and boating. In 2020, the WHPWA began commissioning articles dealing with specialized aspects of the Pond, We hope to continue this series as long as there are topics to write about.
West Harbor Pond American Eel Life-cycle Study - Jason Bartlett, Maine Department of Marine Resources
Dark Night Skies, Light Pollution, and West Harbor Pond - Anne Jaskot, Williams College Astronomy Department
West Harbor Pond, Invasive Aquatic Plant Watch, 2020 - Elin Haugen, WHPWA
Other Important Topics
Motorized Watercraft on West Harbor Pond
The Presence of Geese on West Harbor Pond
Can We Use Fireworks Near or On West Harbor Pond
© 2023 by West Harbor Pond Watershed Association.
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