November 2, 2011 in Outdoors
Bonneville Power Administration photo

a female coho salmon, followed closely by a male, prepares to spawn in north-central Washington’s Methow River, in Methow, Wash.. Biologists are cheering a record return this year of coho to the middle and upper Columbia River, where the fish were virtually extinct 20 years ago.


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