Squaxin Natural Resources blog on smolt trapping

Over at the Squaxin Island Tribe natural resource’s blog, they just added some new content on their smolt trapping efforts.
From the post:

The Squaxin Island Natural Resources (SINR) is currently collecting data to estimate the number of coho salmon smolts outmigrating from Mill, Cranberry, Goldsborough, Schumacher and Sherwood Creeks. These five creeks empty in to Deep South Puget Sound, with in the Squaxin Island Tribes usual and accustom areas.

They also put up a nice video that give’s you a good idea of what the sorting process is like at the traps.

Read the entire thing here.