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PUNTLEDGE RIVER HATCHERY staff and volunteers select chinook and coho that are ready for spawning during the hatchery
PUNTLEDGE RIVER HATCHERY staff and volunteers select chinook and coho that are ready for spawning during the hatchery's recent open house. The family-friendly event included displays by volunteer community groups and painting fish prints.
— image credit: Earle Couper
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