The Salmon's Tale

Monday, November 24, 2014

Starts 10:30 am

Part four: A helping hand. A number of fish are caught each year and their eggs are fertilised and raised at the Kyle of Sutherland Fisheries hatchery. These are then used for re-stocking the catchment. We will watch them spawning naturally in the River Shin then look at the different stages of artificially rearing young fish from stripping the fish (have a go yourself if you like!) to laying out the eggs at the hatchery.
Meet at the Ferrycroft Centre, Lairg
10.30-15.00
Bring a packed lunch
Booking essential on 01863 766 702


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