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  • Stock Exchange: Sustained Collaboration Produces Healthier Fish

    Quinault Chinook

    What do you get when two hatchery programs combine forces?

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  • It's moving day at Quinault National Fish Hatchery!

    Quinault Indian Nation Hatchery workers move steelhead to a tribal facility (Credit-Ben Gilles/USFWS)

    We have had the Quinault Indian Nation's (Nation) Salmon River steelhead on station for about nine months and it’s time for them to go back the tribe's facilities! 

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what's happening at the hatchery

Environmental Assessment

 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  is overseeing the construction of a new fish exclusion barrier at Quinault NFH in Grays Harbor County, Washington. The Project will maintain the functionality of the hatchery by replacing the existing weir with a velocity barrier, replacing the existing electric weir control building, modifying riprap and an access road, and adding a fish bypass ladder.

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Recent Fish Returns

As of December 22, 2015, 1,556 adult Steelhead have returned to Cook Creek.

As of December 22, 2015, 13,441 adult Coho have returned to Cook Creek.

As of December 17, 2015, 4,313 adult Chum have returned to Cook Creek.

Last Updated: September 26, 2016
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