2017 Lamprey Survey Results!

This past winter, 51 dedicated volunteers surveyed seven mile-long reaches of Johnson Creek for evidence of three different fish species: steelhead trout, Pacific lamprey, and brook lamprey. Evidence of these species can come in many forms, including live sightings, carcasses, or redds (nests) made of small rocks from the bottom of the creek. Lamprey are an important part […]

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Last Chance: Sign up for Volunteer Fish Surveys!

Did you know that salmon and ancient “eels” swim through Johnson Creek every spring? Learn to see and document this magical migration! Help Johnson Creek Watershed Council document the distribution of native fish species through Johnson Creek. Biologists from Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, lamprey experts from Wisdom of the Elders and the PSU Indigenous Nations Studies Program, […]

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