Published Feb 15. 2018 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Feb 15. 2018

Protecting the future Salmon runs - River Skjern

Denmark’s Center for Wild Salmon (DCW) is a Foundation that aims to work for the conservation and propagation of native strains of salmonids. This is achieved mainly through stream restoration projects, advising on habitat improvement, supportive breeding, and stocking of salmon and trout juveniles. As part of the great effort to conserve and increase the number of the unique salmon in the river Skjern Å, re-catches and tagging of the salmon are every year a big part of DCW’ work. In this video you are following Søren Larsen from DCW and his work during the annual elctrofishing.


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