VIDEOS — Salmon return to the Elwha River
Screen shot from NatureBridge's Ned Buckingham's YouTube video.
By Peninsula Daily News
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Since the salmon began entering the Elwha River in June, hundreds of kings — along with some pink salmon — have made it upstream beyond the now-demolished Elwha Dam.
We found two YouTube videos showing the Elwha salmon on their spawning runs:
By NatureBridge field science educator Ned Buckingham: http://youtu.be/gxRpl4X5LwA
and by "garyhere1": http://youtu.be/KPyRij0rpLk
For more about the Elwha River restoration project, go to www.peninsuladailynews.com and put "Elwha Dam" in the search box to call up hundreds of stories.
Last modified: October 09. 2012 10:33PM