Cedar River Salmon Journey with the Seattle Aquarium

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Multiple dates through September 15
This is an in-person event
Free
All Ages
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Thanks to the tireless efforts of countless ecological stewards, Washington’s salmon population is slooooowly rebounding, and you can learn all about how these humble fish support our entire ecosystem at a family-friendly gathering by the Ballard Locks. Salmon may look like slippery little weirdos, but their whole lives are fascinating quests rivaling those of the most intrepid adventurers. And here in Seattle, we’re fortunate to be able to cheer them along on their journey—one that helps keep countless other species from dropping off the face of the Earth. The Salmon Journey gatherings are hosted by trained naturalists on Saturdays from July to September; you’ll learn how to spot a spawning salmon, about their surprisingly epic exploits, and the cruel enemy threatening to wipe them out. (Shocking twist: It’s people!)

by Matt Baume

Seattle Aquarium naturalists will be stationed at the Ballard Locks on select Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am to 3:30pm. See below for exact dates.

Please note: Schedule subject to change.

Event Location

Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks)

3015 NW 54th St Seattle, wa 98107 Venue website

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