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Salmon and trout

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Salmon and trout in King County, Washington and the northwest

Salmon Watcher reports

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Click the links below to view the tables of contents for the Salmon Watcher reports.

We would like to hear from you!

We are always curious how our data are being used. If you are using the Salmon Watcher data for anything beyond satisfying your own curiosity, please drop us a line and let us know how you're using it. Please email Jennifer Vanderhoof, Ecologist and Technical Lead for the Salmon Watcher Program with your uses for the data.

2013 Salmon Watcher Report / 2013 Maps
2013 report with maps inserted (huge file: 37 MB)
June 2014

2012 Salmon Watcher Report / 2012 Maps
June 2013

2011 Salmon Watcher Report  / 2011 Maps
May 2012

2010 Salmon Watcher Report / 2010 Maps
April 2011

2009 Salmon Watcher Report / 2009 Maps
April 2010

2008 Salmon Watcher Report / 2008 Maps
April 2009

2007 Salmon Watcher Report / 2007 Maps
June 2008

2006 Salmon Watcher Report / 2006 Maps
May 2007

2005 Salmon Watcher Report / 2005 Maps
May 2006

2004 Salmon Watcher Report / 2004 Maps
April 2005

2003 Salmon Watcher Report / 2003 Maps
June 2004

2002 Salmon Watcher Report / 2002 Maps
July 2003

2001 Salmon Watcher Report / 2001 Maps
June 2002

2000 Salmon Watcher Report / 2000 Maps
May 2001

1998 & 1999 Salmon Watcher Report / 1998/1999 Maps
January 2001

Natural Resources Publications 
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This program is conducted in cooperation with the King County Water and Land Resources Division, Bellevue Stream Team, Redmond Stream Team, and the cities of Seattle, Bothell, Kirkland, Renton, Woodinville, and the Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust, with support from the King Conservation District.