No salmon return to Canada river, bringing New England fears

This June 2016 photo provided by the Atlantic Salmon Federation shows Magaguadavic Fishway in St. George, New Brunswick. This fishway has been monitored by the Atlantic Salmon Federation since 1992 for impacts of escaped farmed Atlantic salmon. The New Brunswick-based Atlantic Salmon Federation says no wild Atlantic salmon have returned to the key river in New Brunswick, prompting concern for the fish’s population health in the U.S. and eastern Canada. (Tom Moffatt/Atlantic Salmon Federation via AP)


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