Elwha River sees largest run of Chinook in decades – Skagit Valley Herald


A story to cheer up David Suzuki this morning (G).

The largest run of Chinook salmon in decades returned to the Elwha River this fall, according to officials with the Olympic National Park. Fish are streaming into stretches of the Elwha River and its tributaries that were formerly blocked by the Elwha Dam, park officials said Friday on its website. The Elwha Dam, one of two dams on the river, stood for nearly a century before it came down in 2012.

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http://www.goskagit.com/news/state/elwha-river-sees-largest-run-of-chinook-in-decades/article_1b9a30b6-b9b7-56f8-a44f-3c6272c3c830.html

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