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  • We are pleased to have new RV volunteers this season!

    Hatchery Hosts

    Mary and Larry Shown are spending their first season with us as volunteers. They're helping out with grounds maintenance, visitor services, etc. Mary also loves to bake so we're lucky!

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  • Giving a Helping Hand to Pollinators

    mason bee homes

    Pollinator sightings have increased since we planted native flowering plants and created homes for Mason bees. Butterflies, bees and flies abound! 

  • Fishing Drano Lake

    fishing on Drano Lake

    Drano Lake is very popular with anglers. Check fishing regulations on the WA Department of Fish and Wildlife's website or pamphlet. 

    https://wdfw.wa.gov/sites/default/files/publications/01998/wdfw01998.pdf

     

what's happening at the hatchery

Almost time to open the ladder!

In early May we'll open the fish ladder to begin gathering spring Chinook. Until then, we're busy feeding fish and working on various projects around the Hatchery. 

Orlanda_John@fws.gov 

Call 509-538-2755

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Recent Little White Salmon Fish Returns

As of December 12, 2018, 8,427 adult Spring and Fall Chinook have returned to Little White Salmon .
Last Updated: May 07, 2019

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These fish were raised at Quilcene National Fish Hatchery. While we don't raise coho salmon at Little White Salmon NFH, the egg-to-fry hatch for our spring and Upriver Bright fall Chinook salmon is similar. Credit: Florian Graner

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