Puget Sound Energy’s “trap and haul” facility on the Baker River will release a record-setting 1.1 million juvenile sockeye and coho salmon into the river in 2017 – “an incredible achievement,” an agency official said, given that the Baker River’s sockeye population was nearly extinct 30 years ago.
Puget Sound Energy’s “trap and haul” facility on the Baker River will release a record-setting 1.1 million juvenile sockeye and coho salmon into the river in 2017 – “an incredible achievement,” an agency official said, given that the Baker River’s sockeye population was nearly extinct 30 years ago. Scott Harder | PSE Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Puget Sound Energy’s “trap and haul” facility on the Baker River will release a record-setting 1.1 million juvenile sockeye and coho salmon into the river in 2017 – “an incredible achievement,” an agency official said, given that the Baker River’s sockeye population was nearly extinct 30 years ago. Scott Harder | PSE Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Once nearly extinct, Baker River sockeye released in record numbers

June 08, 2017 09:45 AM