Salmon a No-Show in Important Canadian River

Seacoast Online: A conservation group’s discovery that no wild Atlantic salmon have returned to a key river in New Brunswick is prompting concern for the fish’s population health in the United States and eastern Canada.

The New Brunswick-based Atlantic Salmon Federation has been monitoring the Magaguadavic River for the Canadian government since 1992. The group says this year is the first time since then that no wild salmon have returned to the river to spawn.

Read more about the failure of Atlantic salmon to return to the Magaguadavic River in Canada.

 

Read about the efforts to restore stocks of Atlantic salmon in the U.S. by the Peter Gray Parr Project.