The Exciting Facts About A Fish, The Grayling Fish, And How It Relates to People

Posted by cheryl - September 12th, 2013


The Grayling Fish As An Inspirational Force During The War

Written by Cheryl Freier

Listed on Yahoo today, the 12th of September—what caught my eye was an article written on the surprising fact that trout and other species of fish eat shrews.  These findings were a direct result of a study in 2009 on the Kanektok River. The Kanektok River flows through Alaska through the Togiak Wildlife Refuge and flows west eventually flowing to the Bering Sea. 

What made the story particularly interesting to me was that the grayling fish was mentioned.  I had known that the grayling fish habitats in the lakes and streams of Alaska, but I was unaware that the grayling fish is another one of the species of fish which eats the shrews. 

Previously I had always written about the grayling fish in my blogs about a young family who survived in the woods in Slovakia during the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia.  The fish had such a fighting spirit that it inspired the family to subsist and to survive the war.

I had written the family’s personal saga about developing an inner strength that they never thought had existed before and about their ensuing renewal of their faith. The grayling fish was the inspiration for their will to survive.  The book is the first of a series of four books.  The book is entitled:  The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems and it makes for a powerful reading experience.

Read Cheryl Freier’s The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems, The Wild Grasses Hidden Truth Poems, Blossoms Around The Circles, and The Day Of The Hidden Truth Poems for an everlasting reading experience.


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