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What do salmon—and their sex lives—have to do with keeping a forest healthy? In this episode, Bertie explains that salmon equal more than just meal time for coastal predators roaming the shores and tidal shelves; they're also a rich source of marine nutrients for the soil on Vancouver Island and an integral player in the island's ecosystem, all thanks to their mating cycles. The unique relationship between the land and the water is the focus of Bertie's fascination with this wild place.
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How This Forest Runs on Salmon Sex and Death (Episode 11) | wild_life with bertie gregory
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