Salmon Watcher - 2001 Maps
Salmon in the Lake Washington Watershed & Central Puget Sound
Maps from the 2001 spawning season
The following maps illustrate where salmon were observed during the 2001 spawning season in the greater Lake Washington Watershed and Central Puget Sound (including Vashon). Observed distributions from prior surveys (1996 - 2000) are also shown on the maps.
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Regional Project Area Maps
- Regional Map of Surveyed Area, including Basins (1,140 KB)
- Regional Map Showing all Surveyed Sites (1,276 KB)
Basin Maps Showing Salmonid Observations
- Adult Spawners Observed in Big Bear Creek Basin in 2001 (574 KB)
- Adult Spawners Observed in Cedar River Basin in 2001 (839 KB)
- Adult Spawners Observed in East Lake Washington Basin in 2001 (738 KB)
- Adult Spawners Observed in Issaquah Creek Basin in 2001 (706 KB)
- Adult Spawners Observed in North Lake Washington Tributaries in 2001 (624 KB)
- Adult Spawners Observed in Sammamish River Tributaries in 2001 (576 KB)
- Adult Spawners Observed in the Central Puget Sound drainages (including Vashon Island) in 2001 (888 KB)
Lake Washington Watershed Maps Showing Observed Fish Distribution
- Chinook Distribution (1,385 KB)
- Coho Distribution (1,417 KB)
- Sockeye Distributions (1,397 KB)
- Kokanee Distributions (1,366 KB)
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.