Water temps in the Sound this week were the highest I've ever experienced. 57º is far too warm for our delicate wildlife. Salmon fishers are hitting the shores of the Sound. Although I'm constantly reading reports on lower populations, efforts are not solving the problems. Increasing pollutants and toxins are also more visible.
Tube-snouts, Shiner Perch and Pacific Red Octopus regularly being spotted, while sculpin populations are down.
The occasional Spiny Dogfish are also appearing.
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