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Valter Bernardeschi, Italy: Each year between July and September, millions of sockeye salmon migrate from the Pacific back up rivers to the fresh waters of Lake Kuril, in Russia, to spawn in the waters where they were born


A grizzly bear catching a sockeye salmon // Deadliest Catch by Stephen Oachs

A report that's expected to explain why and how millions of sockeye salmon vanished from B.C.'s Fraser River must be handed into the federal government next week, but it's still unclear when, or even if, the public will get to see a copy.    Read more: http://bc.ctvnews.ca/deadline-looms-for-report-into-b-c-sockeye-collapse-1.1012772#ixzz2AS3hQkuF

Sockeye salmon returning to their natal spawning beds in Funnel Creek, Bristol Bay, Alaska.

Southwest Alaska Salmon Habitat Initiative | The Conservation Fund

“Many Happy Returns” Celebrate the Historical Sockeye Salmon Return to Lake Gala Dinner & Auction on August 2012 in Kelowna.

Trump's EPA and House Republicans want to revive a plan to open a gold mine that would destroy the largest sockeye salmon run in the world, and 14,000 jobs associated with the Alaskan fishery.

Salmon lovers worldwide enjoy sockeye from Bristol Bay, Alaska—the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery. Producing up to 70 million salmon each year, Bristol


A male sockeye salmon shows off its recently developed sexual traits: conspicuous colors, a dorsal hump, and elongated jaws.

A male sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) catches its breath after stranding itself in very shallow water, Hanson Creek, Lake Aleknagik, Bristol Bay, Alaska

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Salmon, which will suffer from the fact that warmer water temperatures deplete the oxygen content in their breeding streams and rivers.