VIDEO: Hanging out by the outfall with Diver Laura

Diver Laura‘s been out again testing apparel and equipment off our shore, and this video is of note not only as a reminder that the stormwater from our streets and roofs ends up in Puget Sound … but also for the fish that were hanging out with her by the outfall. “Hordes of shiner perch,” she explains. “They’ve been like that for a couple weeks, hanging out in droves.”

2 Replies to "VIDEO: Hanging out by the outfall with Diver Laura"

  • Jon November 17, 2016 (5:44 pm)

    Thanks Laura. It’s always nice to see your videos. Thanks for everything you do in attempting to preserve the waters.

  • SWinWS November 17, 2016 (9:30 pm)

    Laura, I really appreciate your documentation of the underwater environments we otherwise wouldn’t see as terrestrials and the everyday pressure we put onto these waters. Thank you!  What can we do as a community to reduce this waste?  Any recommendations? I pick up garbage on my daily dog walks but I think this needs to be a more organized scale to make a bigger impact.

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