Salmon Tours return to Poulsbo

Salmon tours kick off this Saturday at Poulsbo’s Fish Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The event celebrates the return of salmon to Kitsap County streams and offers an opportunity for visitors to learn about local salmon populations while hoping to catch a glimpse of them as they swim upstream.

It may be raining, so it is advised to dress appropriately for the weather, this includes appropriate footwear as there is some minor hiking to reach the streams.

Activities will be available for folks of all ages and will include informational booths, arts & crafts, and salmon-viewing in the stream. Experts will be on hand to talk about the various types of salmon in Kitsap, the salmon life cycle and healthy salmon habitats.

Parking is across the street at Nelson Park/ EHL parking lot, walk down the Lindvig Bridge to reach the park.

These events are hosted by Washington State University and the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife.

More in News

Gas leak near Olympic College contained

BFD: leak was caused by a T-fitting that either broke or popped off from a two-inch to one-inch pipe

NKSD Schools on two hour delay

All North Kitsap Schools started two hours late due to road conditions… Continue reading

CKSD, BSD on two-hour delay due to icy roads

CKSD running limited bus service on all routes, BSD buses operating on regular routes

County leaders to address courthouse improvements next week

Phase one improvements include addition of courtrooms and offices; $54 million estimation

Governor talks up state’s positives, notes areas to improve

Homelessness and climate among key concerns

Republicans aim to guarantee $30 car tabs amid court hang-up

Lawmakers sponsor companion bills in the House and Senate

26th annual MLK Day celebration set for Monday

Event starts at 10 a.m. at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds Presidents’ Hall

Move it or lose it: Port of Keyport deals with derelict boats

A small crowd gathered in the basement of the Keyport Bible Church… Continue reading

Pope Resources to be acquired by Rayonier for $554 million

Rayonier, a Florida-based timber and land management company announced Jan. 15 that… Continue reading

Most Read