Atlantic salmon are returning to Canada’s Upper Salmon River thanks to a recovery project at Fundy National Park involving Cooke Aquaculture, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reports. And, on Thursday, thousands more will be released into the tributary.
The river, which divides the park from the town of Alma, New Brunswick, and flows into the Bay of Fundy, began producing its own salmon after some changes were made, Corey Clark, a park ecologist, reportedly told the news service.
After initially taking adult salmon to a hatchery, where they................................
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