Results of Community Salmon Investigation to be presented April 8

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If you missed the Community Salmon Investigation 2013 results presentation on March 20 – don’t worry, you can catch it on Tuesday, April 8 at the Burien Community Center from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

“Bring your friends and family,” reads an announcement. Snacks provided! Win a prize!”

The Burien Community Center is located at 14700 6th Avenue SW.

On the agenda:

  • The CSI: Highline program and the 27 volunteer citizen scientists
  • Annual adult salmon returns for chum and coho salmon in two local streams
  • Overview of key factors affecting salmon health in the streams
  • How many coho died before spawning, and why
  • New efforts to clean up stormwater pollution and how you can contribute
  • How you can become a salmon surveyor this fall

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3 Responses to “Results of Community Salmon Investigation to be presented April 8”
  1. Spelunker says:

    And I am sure the findings will be that they are delicious.

    • Lee Moyer says:

      I’ll bet you are right. Whatever the road runoff neurotoxin is that kills some of the coho in as little as 30 minutes likely has no taste, so enjoy your meal. When you start to lose your balance, orientation, coordination and ability to breathe, just revel in the glory of your last supper.
      Of course, there is no proof that it would be toxic to humans.

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