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  • VIDEO: Sights, sounds and salmon of McLane Creek

    McLane Creek is an easy loop hike that includes the circle of life. Not only does a hike at McLane Creek offer chances to view birds, other wilidlife and flora from the trail and various viewing platforms around Beaver Pond but it offers a front-row seat to watch spawning salmon. Hiking the trail on Dec. 1, chum salmon could be seen splashing in the water. While numerous dead fish dotted the stream and the surrounding banks.

VIDEO: Sights, sounds and salmon of McLane Creek

McLane Creek is an easy loop hike that includes the circle of life. Not only does a hike at McLane Creek offer chances to view birds, other wilidlife and flora from the trail and various viewing platforms around Beaver Pond but it offers a front-row seat to watch spawning salmon. Hiking the trail on Dec. 1, chum salmon could be seen splashing in the water. While numerous dead fish dotted the stream and the surrounding banks.
Craig Hill Staff writer