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    Marine biologist Matt LeBlanc, an environmental specialist for Brookfield Renewables, watches an American shad swim past the observation window in the Cataract hydro electric station fish passage on the Saco River.

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    LeBlanc handles river herring at the Saco facility.

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    LeBlanc watches American shad emerge from the transport truck's discharge pipe. The fish are transported by Brookfield Renewables so they can spawn up river.

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    LeBlanc moves an American shad into a tank. The fish, along with other species that live in the ocean and move to fresh water to spawn, are transported above the dams to spawn.

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