TAKE ACTION to protect wild salmon

A study published in the December 14 edition of the prestigious peer-reviewed journal Science concludes
that sea lice from salmon farms have been driving a rapid decline in
pink salmon populations in British Columbia’s Broughton Archipelago.
Research by the team of six biologists, fisheries scientists, and
mathematicians predicts that 99 per cent of the wild pink salmon will
be gone in four years from today, or two salmon generations, if
sea-lice infestations continue.

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