Video: Fauntleroy Creek salmon-release season, midway through

May 19, 2014 at 8:48 pm | In West Seattle news, Wildlife | 1 Comment

This year’s salmon-release season at Fauntleroy Creek is at the midpoint, reports watershed/creek steward Judy Pickens: “We’ve hosted some 350 children so far, who have introduced an estimated 900 coho fry into the creek.” She shared that short video clip, recorded by volunteer Peggy Cummings during the KapKa Cooperative School‘s salmon-release visit. That’s volunteer Dennis Hinton helping the students in/by the water, and mostly off-camera, that’s the voice of KapKa staffer Jamie Shilling, leading the singing and drumming. This week and next, nine school visits remain before this year’s round of releases is done (here’s our coverage of the season’s first one).

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  1. Dive on in!tiny little salmon!

    Like the song!

    Comment by Suchang — 12:24 am May 21, 2014 #

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