By: Roderick Sutterby and Malcolm Greenhalgh
134 pages, 54 colour illus.
This natural history details the salmon's extraordinary life cycle and covers the latest scientific research on exactly where salmon travel to in the sea, what influences the numbers that return to the river, the impact of global warming on migratory patterns, and what we can tell from scale readings. Includes conservation efforts in North America and Europe to protect this amazing species.
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