Home Wolford’s spawning season hoto by Kim Cameron | Justin Perkins of the Glenwood Springs State Fish Hatchery uses a male salmon to fertilize eggs as Colorado Parks and fisheries technician Christian Prince collects eggs from a ripe female. Each bowl has the eggs from three females and is fertilized by two males. The crew of volunteers in the background is washing and sorting the collected eggs. Volunteer Tom Cary, not pictured, records number of salmon used.

hoto by Kim Cameron | Justin Perkins of the Glenwood Springs State Fish Hatchery uses a male salmon to fertilize eggs as Colorado Parks and fisheries technician Christian Prince collects eggs from a ripe female. Each bowl has the eggs from three females and is fertilized by two males. The crew of volunteers in the background is washing and sorting the collected eggs. Volunteer Tom Cary, not pictured, records number of salmon used.

hoto by Kim Cameron | Justin Perkins of the Glenwood Springs State Fish Hatchery uses a male salmon to fertilize eggs as Colorado Parks and fisheries technician Christian Prince collects eggs from a ripe female. Each bowl has the eggs from three females and is fertilized by two males. The crew of volunteers in the background is washing and sorting the collected eggs. Volunteer Tom Cary, not pictured, records number of salmon used.
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