The Sockeye Salmon is a species of fish that spends most of its life in the Pacific Ocean. However, at a certain time in the year, millions of Sockeye Salmon swarm into the rivers and streams of Alaska and British Columbia in an attempt to reach the place where they were born so they can spawn, an event known as the Salmon Run. During this run, they are prey for many different species, including Brown and Black Bears, Bald Eagles, Gray Wolves, and Salmon Sharks. Towards the end of the run, the color of the salmon's bodies start to change to red. The males also begin to develop a hooked upper jaw. At the end of the run, the salmon lay their eggs and die, providing a final burst of energy for the forest after starting the next generation.