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Dammed no more: Chinook return to Elwha River
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23 August 2012
On 23 August 2012 Indian Country Today Media Network reported:
In what the National Parks Service (NPS) is hailing as the Return of the Kings, adult Chinook salmon have been spotted in Olympic National Park in Washington, less than five months after the removal of the Elwha Dam. 'The return of the salmon marks an important milestone in the restoration of the Elwha River ecosystem and a historic moment in the history of the park,' the NPS said in a statement on 20 August. This follows the June sighting of steelhead trout spawning in a tributary of the river, as reported by The Los Angeles Times.
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