Impacts of sea lice on wild salmon

Raincoast's Mike Price speaks with CFAX

As the 8th International Sea lice Conference gets underway in Victoria, BC, Dave Dickson at CFAX speaks with Raincoast biologist Micheal Price about his sea lice research and early findings on the presence of sea lice on juvenile Fraser River sockeye.

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Coastal wolf with a salmon in its month.
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