- No wild Atlantic salmon returned to Magaguadavic River to spawn, conservation group says
- 26 Miramichi salmon pools closed until water cools down
- Atlantic salmon stocks dip in 2016, leading to fears for this year
A project aimed at bringing Atlantic salmon back to rivers in Fundy National Park has already seen some success. The Fundy Salmon Recovery Project was set up to try to grow the dwindling stock of Atlantic salmon in the Upper Salmon River, which divides the national park and Alma. Corey Clarke, the park ecologist at Fundy National Park, said the river is now producing salmon.