Fish out of troubled waters: Field day held to examine habitat at Elwha River mouth

PORT ANGELES — New habitat for juvenile fish is increasing dramatically in the Elwha River estuary and the shoreline of Freshwater Bay, a survey found last week. Sediment pouring out of the Elwha River after dam-removal work is causing a number of changes, said Anne Shaffer of the Coastal Watershed Institute, which organized the Friday field day. [email protected] Daily News

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