New Moray Firth Tracking Project Video Highlights Preliminary Findings

As the Moray Firth Tracking Project enters its final stages, our new short update video shines a light on some of the project's preliminary findings before the full analysis takes place. We're gaining valuable evidence to show how human-modified river catchments with 'pinch points' are affecting the downstream migration success of our wild salmon smolts. What Happens Next? It's vital that our hard-won scientific evidence translates into real-world action for our wild salmon. That's why our team is now…


eDNA Sampling on the River Boyne

Building on the development of genetic probes (or assays) to identify the presence of Atlantic salmon and brown trout DNA… More

Loughs Agency Salmon Conference

Ken Whelan, Research Director of the Atlantic Salmon Trust, recently delivered a presentation about the unprecedented decline in Atlantic Salmon… More

International Year of the Salmon

International Year of the Salmon   Scottish Environment Secretary, Roseanna Cunningham, celebrated the Scottish launch of the International Year of… More

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