From KPLU, follow the migratory journey of a Chinook salmon. This site includes a six part series filled with information about the region's salmon migration.
This Seattle Times education insert includes lots of information about how stormwater affects salmon and how we can help salmon out by keeping the environment clean.
Practice dissecting a salmon
The Seattle Times explores the history of the Ballard Locks and its impact on the area and its people.
How many fish have returned through the Locks this year? Read Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's salmon count data to find out!
Basic information about salmon including diet, population, range, behavior, and reproduction
Salmon Identification and Information
General information about various Pacific salmon species.
General information about salmon habitat and obstacles faced in the Puget Sound.
Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission website includes information about treaties, fisheries management, and salmon species.
Indian people have always relied on the natural resources of this land. Their personal, cultural and spiritual survival depended on the ability to fish, hunt and gather the bountiful natural resources that once blessed this country. But the arrival of Europeans and the creation of the United States changed their lives forever. Most of the land and resources that tribes thought were theirs forever were slowly but surely lost over the centuries that followed.