That is amazing! I had no idea they did that! Have a great Sunday- Diana
Hello, that is an interesting way to transport salmon. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day! Have a great new week!
Farmed salmon is hardly the tastiest fish in the world, and there are some indications it may not even be healthy.
...a fast, but expensive way to move them.
I hope the salmons have a better seat than the one I get when travelling. Last week the bus was so crowded I had to stand.God bless.
Eine Interessante Art der Entladung.
I had no idea they did it this way.
How interesting! Good to know this piece of info.: )
Hello Bill.Wow! So interesting indeed!It’s the first time I hear about this!Like your beautiful pictures of the landscapes and the green hills !Thank you for sharing the informations!Have a great week!Dimi...
Well, that's something I've never seen before. Very interesting. I had a friend/relative who raised salmon in northern California. But I don't know how that venture ended up. Nice shots here. Love that harbor! Are you happy in your new digs?
Interesting . . . First I have heard of this.
I'd heard about the remarkable migration of salmon, but never realised it included a helicopter flight!
so interesting to see
Hopefully everything goes smoothly.
Well, can't say I'd seen this before … thanks for the photographs.I do like your second photograph.All the best Jan
Well traveled salmon already!
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Sorry---Must be Atlantic Salmon out your way. Watching the movement is always good. We enjoy the wild Salmon hereMB
I guess these salmon go out to see later and come back to this river to spawn when they are ready. Brilliant way to allow their numbers to recover.
This seems so strange to me.
Wonderful way to transport the baby salmon!
That is an interesting process. Flying fish!
That's complicated transport. I guess the fish farm isn't accessible.
Hi Bill.Good and quick solution is this.Groettie from Patricia.
Like many above this is a first for me too Bill, so interesting to see 🐟
I've never heard of this, thanks for sharing!
Wow. Do you know why they do this?