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1 Penobscot River Habitat Focus Area 2016 Annual Report The Penobscot River is New England’s second largest river, draining nearly one-third of the state of Maine with a watershed area of 8,570 square miles not including tributaries to Penobscot Bay. The watershed is home to 11 migratory fish species, including three listed under the Endangered Species Act, and represents the largest run of Atlantic salmon in the United States. It has a rich cultural history of commercial, recreational, and sustenance fishing. It is also home to the Penobscot Indian Nation and includes the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. The Penobscot HFA includes work in three areas: • Habitat Protection & Restoration • Research & Science • Communications & Outreach
Bernier, Matthew, "Penobscot River Habitat Focus Area 2016 Annual Report" (2017). Maine Sea Grant Publications. 145.
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