|Photo, courtesy Josh Humbert, BBC
Eyeball to eyeball with Canada’s migrating salmon
BBC Travel, In Canada Nature & Outdoors
By Amanda Castleman, 02 November 2014
My brain froze as I submerged into the cold water of British Columbia’s Shuswap Lake. But the discomfort paled as I watched sockeye salmon – hundreds of cherry-tinted fish with moss-green heads – swirl overhead like a kaleidoscope. At the end of an epic 4,000km journey, they were waiting to swim the final leg upstream to spawn and die.
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