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NOAA-NMFS-NWFSC TM-33: Sockeye Salmon Status Review (cont)

Appendix Table C-7.
Location, timing, and abundance of sockeye salmon in river basins without lake rearing habitat in western Washington (Columbia River tributaries are not included). Includes streams or river reaches with 3 or more years of survey data. Based on Egan (1977, 1995, 1997).



River Basin


Tributary
Area surveyed (river km)
Time
span
Total
survey
years
Peak count
(range)
Range of dates when fish have been observed

JulyAugust September OctoberNovember December
NooksackN. F. Nooksack 74-921990-96 61-6
N. F. Nooksack 98-1011961-96 53-52
Kendall Creek entire reach 1961-95 121-3
Maple Creek entire reach 1961-96 100-11
Cornell Creek entire reach 1961-95 41-5
S. F. Nooksack 8-551979-96 101-75
SamishMainstem 7-171950-95 151-18
SkagitMainstem 140-1491977-96 81-29
Sauk River 51-641958-96 261-29
Buck Creek entire reach 1981-95 91-3


Illabot Creek entire reach 1962-96 101-16
County Line Slough entire reach 1980-96 101-30
StillaguamishN.F. Stillaguamish 33-551961-96 151-34
Snohomish Wallace River 0-101975-96 111-6
Duwamish/Green Green River 54-711953-96 111-16
Green River 90-981976-90 31-2
Puyallup S. Prairie Creek entire reach 1945-96 131-4
DeschutesPercival Creek entire reach 1964-96 41-4

Kitsap PeninsulaUnion River 0-51985-96 91-4
Coulter Creek entire reach 1991-96 41-2
Hood CanalSkokomish & N.F. 8-211980-96 81-5
Hamma Hamma 0.1-41971-96 41-7
DungenessDungeness/Grey Wolf 0-301971-96 111-5
ElhwaElwha 0-71969-96 61-2
QuillayuteS. F. Calawah 21-251981-83 20-4
Hoh Hoh entire reach1979-83 21-8



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