The American shad (Alosa sapidissima), is a species of anadromous clupeid fish
naturally distributed on the North American coast of the North Atlantic, from ...
Also known as white shad, the American shad is a thin river herring with a
metallic body and dark spots on its shoulder. It visits the Chesapeake Bay each
American shad are anadromous fish, meaning they spend most of their lives in
saltwater but spawn in freshwater. Shad are found along the Atlantic seaboard ...
Find out what's known about American Shad, Alosa sapidissima, Actinopterygii,
Clupeiformes, Clupeidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding ...
North America: Newfoundland (Ref. 1998), the St. Lawrence River, and Nova
Scotia southward to central Florida. Due to introductions into the Sacramento and
Nonindigenous Occurrences: American Shad were first transported to the west
coast when the U.S. Fish Commission relocated the species from the Hudson ...
Adult American shad are predicted to swim over 19,000 km in their lifetime,
during which they are found in many habitats. During summer and fall, American
American Shad Ben Kuhn with a nice American Shad he caught at the
confluence of the Lehigh and Delaware rivers. American Shad George Magaro
with shad ...
undefinedThe range of American shad extends along the east coast of North
America from Newfoundland southward to Florida, but they are most abundant
English, –, American Shad, Common Shad, Atlantic Shad, White Shad ... in
habitat extent and shad abundance over the past three generations (about 12