A shallow, seasonal creek flows down parallel to Shirley Avenue into the Donkey Creek Estuary in Gig Harbor. The stream is too small and shallow for fish but could be considered a watershed that provides breathing water to the salmon in the harbor.
A shallow, seasonal creek flows down parallel to Shirley Avenue into the Donkey Creek Estuary in Gig Harbor. The stream is too small and shallow for fish but could be considered a watershed that provides breathing water to the salmon in the harbor. Brian Barker Courtesy
A shallow, seasonal creek flows down parallel to Shirley Avenue into the Donkey Creek Estuary in Gig Harbor. The stream is too small and shallow for fish but could be considered a watershed that provides breathing water to the salmon in the harbor. Brian Barker Courtesy

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