Here are a couple of videos from the morning of Saturday the 3rd of November.
The UAAA crew were hard at work helping to produce the next batch of eggs for the hatchery. It was a freezing morning so there were a few very cold limbs from emersion in the bitterly cold water – a very hardy bunch of volunteers – well done guys 😀
The videos show a hen fish being stripped of eggs & one of the cock fish fertilising the eggs.
We will keep you informed of the progress of this batch of UAAA indigenous Brownies – well done to the UAAA hatchery team in particular Wullie “Hatcher” who you see in the videos.
Anybody want to guess when the first eggs will hatch out?