Children from two of our classes have come together to hatch around 100 salmon eggs. We hope that most of them will hatch and that we will be able to release the fish into the river at Dundonnell in early May. There are 16 children whose job it is to look after the eggs, they are from GP3-7 and P6/7. Lorna Brown from Wester Ross Fisheries Trust visited the children today and ran a workshop on the life-cycle of salmon and the food web in which salmon are involved. We are very excited to be involved in regenerating the salmon population in our locality. To see some photos from today’s workshops take a look at OUR WORK (Salmon Hatching).
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