Ecosystems 101: Hard lessons from the mighty salmon runs of Alaska’s Bristol Bay - Alaska Fly Out

Ecosystems 101: Hard lessons from the mighty salmon runs of Alaska’s Bristol Bay

The world’s longest ongoing salmon research reveals the astounding complexity of wild ecosystems.

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Scientist Daniel Schindler and his daughter, Luna, watch the "red wave" of sockeye salmon navigate up Sam Creek, home to one of the earliest-spawning populations in Alaska's Bristol Bay ecosystem.
by Jonny Armstrong

Don't take our word for it - Read the article on the world's longest ongoing salmon research from Daniel Schindler and why Bristol Bay deserves our attention and protection. Read the article. 

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