Posts Tagged: Salmon
In mid November, SFREC partnered with Grass Valley Charter School and Twin Ridges Home Study by bringing students to the center to catch a glimpse of salmon spawning in the Lower Yuba River. The opportunity to observe salmon spawn is a way for...
Students build a fake redd to hold their eggs. To make sure their eggs would be able to safely hatch they thought about how to build a redd that would protect their eggs.
Students are out in the "ocean" during the adult stage trying to find "food" before they head back to home streams to spawn. This type of play can help to solidify learning for young students.
Students get a closer look at the early stages of the salmon, egg, alevin, and fry. This small display allows for an up close look at the hard to see stages of a salmon's life.