Tag Archives: Atlantic salmon

Dis-guising water beasts!

Preparing a spooky disguise this Halloween? Did you know that, in our celebrated rivers and lochs, there are many animals that also like to use camouflage at this time of year? Some are even quite gruesome! Find out more about … Continue reading

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Go watch a salmon leap

Atlantic salmon, more than any other fish, occupy a prominent position in the cultural mythology of Scotland. The Picts knew this when they carved its image on stones; the Celts when they told tales of the Salmon of Wisdom. For … Continue reading

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Species of the month

Atlantic salmon The salmon is one of the truly iconic species of Scotland, and its very presence in our waters is a source of considerable pride. Indeed Scotland is home to some of the finest salmon rivers in the world; set … Continue reading

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