More imperiled Snake River sockeye salmon returned to central Idaho this year than in nearly a decade, but few came from fish that spawned naturally in the wild.
HeartbreakingMore than 60,000 salmon carcasses were found lining the dried-out bottom of a Canadian creek in what researchers fear is another example of the environmental consequences of climate change. Resea…thehill.com
I don’t know if this will post well. Section 4 is devoted to research on impacts of trawling bycatch on the red king crab population.In Alaska King Salmon, snow crab, king crab have declined substantially.
Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon had the record run in 2021.
Then the record was broken again in 2022.
The high Sockeye runs may be due to warmer lake water temperature,
leading to a boom in their food source – primarily plankton – allowing juveniles
to grow faster and stronger before their exit to the ocean.
Isn't this lovely?
The Bee’s findings “should serve as a wake up call” for the Legislature and the Governor’s Office to change the law, one law professor said.news.yahoo.com
The destruction of four dams on the lower Klamath river will open up hundreds of miles of salmon habitat. U.S. regulators approved the plan Thursday in a unanimous vote.www.npr.org
I saw that, definitely cool.Can't wait to see how this plays out over the years. There's so much potential and I hope it is all fulfilled.
This made the news locally recently, it's crazy how quickly potential restoration can happen.