It's Salmon SEESon Again!

Spot the spawners in the Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed and Green/Duwamish Watershed this fall!

Fall is here, and salmon are returning to streams and rivers around Puget Sound. Watch for these natural beauties at viewing sites listed here - and cheer them on if you see them!

calendar Calendar of scheduled events

Ballard Locks icon Chittenden Locks (Ballard) - US Army Corps of Engineers
Duwamish River icon Duwamish River - Duwamish Alive
Sammamish River Icon Sammamish River - City of Redmond
Issaquah Creek icon Issaquah Creek - Friends of Issaquah Salmon Hatchery
Issaquah Creek icon Issaquah Parks - City of Issaquah
North Creek icon North Creek - City of Bothell
Whitney Bridge icon Green River (Whitney Bridge) - Mid-Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group
Issaquah Creek-Lake Sammamish icon Issaquah Creek/Lake Sammamish - Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park
Soos Creek icon Soos Creek - Soos Creek Salmon Hatchery
Bear Creek Redmond Icon Bear Creek - Redmond Organization of Shared Environments
Longfellow Creek icon Longfellow Creek - Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Kelsey & Coal Creeks icon Kelsey & Coal Creeks - City of Bellevue
Bear Creek Woodinville icon Bear Creek - Water Tenders
Cedar River icon Cedar River - Cedar River Salmon Journey
Piper's Creek icon Piper's Creek - City of Seattle
Ebright & Lewis Creeks icon Ebright Creek - City of Sammamish & Lewis Creek - City of Issaquah

Salmon SEEson Map North Creek Carkeek Park Tolt Pipeline Trail KISFarm Sammamish Trail Chittenden Locks Lewis Creek Ebright Creek Kelsey-Coal Creeks Issaquah Creek Issaquah Hatchery Longfellow Creek Duwamish Alive Renton Library Cedar River Park Cavanaugh Pond Landsburg Dam Soos Creek Hatchery Whitney Bridge Park

Chinook salmon in the Cedar River at Rainbow Bend, by by Josh Latterell, King County.

Download this year's Salmon SEEson poster and flyer (Adobe Acrobat).

Check out these links for ways you can help protect salmon: (free auto leaks workshops!)

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