West Seattle weekend scene: Setting salmon fry free at Fauntleroy Creek

(WSB photos)

ORIGINAL REPORT, 1:54 PM: Get over to Fauntleroy Park and see what it’s like to set salmon fry free in the creek, as thousands of students have done via the Salmon in the Schools program. They had 200 leftover fry this year and are offering community members the chance to walk to the bridge over the creek (from the park entrance at Barton/Henderson) and release them. Volunteers are there to guide you, until 3 pm.

5:13 PM: Added a few more photos. Above, the stars of the show; below, more of the people who stopped by to participate:

Shoutouts to this year’s Salmon in the Schools program at the creek were in our June 1st wrapup of the school-visit season.

ADDED: Here’s a photo of the volunteer crew, shared by Mark Ahlness (see comments):

2 Replies to "West Seattle weekend scene: Setting salmon fry free at Fauntleroy Creek"

  • Mark Ahlness June 9, 2018 (9:48 pm)

    At  the end of the release, a group photo of the crew…

    • WSB June 9, 2018 (10:18 pm)

      I think our photo-in-comment plugin might be having a problem – somebody else tried to post a photo that didn’t show. I apologize – we’ll look into it. If you send me that photo, I can add it to the story!

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