National Geographic : 1950 Oct
© National Geograiphic Society + A Living Lesson in Biology Comes from Sunapee's Textbook Held by a Colby College student, this big male will be liberated once he has been stripped of milt. As dusk falls, he may return to spawning grounds. The golden is one of the chars, a trout family found in northern waters. Some run to sea; this species is landlocked. Kotaciroines y Robert F. Sisson " Sunapee Is Tested All Year Round for Any Change Harmful to Fish One man, using a fine-mesh net, takes samples of plankton, the minute organisms which nourish the gold en's prey. His companion measures the water's chemi cal composition. Perch, pickerel, black bass, landlocked salmon, brook and lake trout share Sunapee's waters.