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Virtual Kitsap Salmon Tours on tap this month

BREMERTON, Wash. – Kitsap Salmon Tours has gone virtual this year. To ensure following health and safety guidelines, no in-person salmon viewing event will be held. Instead, there will be a month of virtual opportunities, through November 30, kicking off the return of salmon to Kitsap streams.

A large, greenish salmon swims upstream with its mouth open.
Salmon in a Kitsap County stream.
Photo courtesy Dan Muir

Kitsap Salmon Tours is run by a consortium of the City of Bremerton, Chico Salmon Park Stewardship Group, Clean Water Kitsap, Clear Creek Task Force, Friends of Miller Bay, Great Peninsula Conservancy, Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group, Keta Legacy Foundation, Kitsap Conservation District, Kitsap County, Kitsap Poggie Club, Kitsap PUD, Kitsap Regional Library, City of Poulsbo, Suquamish Tribe, Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Washington Sea Grant, and WSU Extension

Visit to find information for self-guided viewing sites, salmon webinars, story times, bingo, and much more.

If you choose to visit one of the Kitsap salmon viewing sites on your own, please recreate responsibly.

Media Contacts

Amy Smalley, Kitsap WSU Extension Water Stewardship Coordinator, 360) 228-7303