A chum salmon pokes its head out of the water as it churns the gravel to make a nest in Kennedy Creek west of Olympia. The creek is one of many locations around the South Sound to easily watch spawning salmon.
A chum salmon pokes its head out of the water as it churns the gravel to make a nest in Kennedy Creek west of Olympia. The creek is one of many locations around the South Sound to easily watch spawning salmon. Tony Overman Staff file, 2011
A chum salmon pokes its head out of the water as it churns the gravel to make a nest in Kennedy Creek west of Olympia. The creek is one of many locations around the South Sound to easily watch spawning salmon. Tony Overman Staff file, 2011

There are plenty of places to watch salmon move upstream to spawn

September 23, 2016 3:13 AM

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