Climate change is cooking salmon in the Pacific Northwest
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10 months ago by Keith Worrall 222
Modified Feb 11th, 2019 at 11:25 AM
he Tulalip Indian Reservation sits on the east side of the Puget Sound, about 40 miles north of Seattle, Washington, where the change in seasons is marked by the arrival and departure of salmon. At the heart of the reservation is Tulalip Bay, where salmon return every spring and fall before swimming upstream to spawn.
Salmon that have died in Washington’s Wallace River before spawning.