The Atlantic Sturgeon. Photo by Brian ReynoldsCornwall-on-Hudson, NY -- On Saturday, October 17 at 10 a.m., bring the family and come to the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum’s Wildlife Education Center, 25 Boulevard, Cornwall-on-Hudson, to learn all about the Atlantic Sturgeon. The Atlantic Sturgeon is a fascinating ancient fish and it has remarkable natural history. It is the largest, longest-lived fresh water fish of the North American coastal water ways. There are still sturgeon in the Hudson River; find out how you can help ensure the survival of this intriguing fish! The Sturgeon Swims through Time Exhibit at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum. Photo by Carl HeitmullerVisitors to the Wildlife Education Center will also enjoy the “new exhibit” – The Sturgeon Swims through Time – a view of 400 years of fascinating Hudson River history through the "eyes" of an Atlantic Sturgeon. The exhibit includes interactive elements which will engage all visitors as well as a 77" Sturgeon replica. This program is recommended for adults and children ages 5 and older. Cost: $5 per person. Members: $3. For information and registration call 845-534-5506, ext. 204. Visit the museum’s website at www.hhnaturemuseum.org . ### Photo Caption: #1- The Atlantic Sturgeon. Photo by Brian Reynolds. 2-The Sturgeon Swims through Time Exhibit at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum. Photo by Carl Heitmuller. Contact: Marian Goldin, Marketing Associate Hudson Highlands Nature Museum 845-534-5506, ext. 215