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Salmon Exhibit on Bainbridge Island

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My wife and I are hosting the very bright and intellectually curious 11-year old daughter of some friends from VA during the first full week of April. One of my goals was to give her a look at the life cycle and general story of PNW Salmon. I was thinking that sometime within the last 6 months or so I had read or seen something about a salmon exhibit starting up somewhere in the BI area - maybe involving the Suquamish Tribe. However, I can't find any mention of it on the Tribal website or in a wider Google search.

Does anyone know if something like this exists? If not, does anyone have any suggestions for a destination within a reasonable drive of Kitsap County (existing hatcheries, etc.) that might have particularly good displays and/or knowledgeable staff?

Any guidance appreciated - thanks in advance.
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I did find that link (HCSEG) shortly after posting my question last night. I'll definitely be checking into it. Thanks.
Ferry ride to Seattle aquarium salmon life cycle exhibit. It's pretty good.
Ferry ride to Seattle aquarium salmon life cycle exhibit. It's pretty good.
It's been years (1984) since I was last there; and absolute 'once a month' for the kids and I. Loved the fall when the salmon were returning and we'd stand under the glass bottomed fish ladder and look up.

A very good thing.
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