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 Chehalis Underwater Cam 2012-2018
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By: SueD (offline) on Monday, December 09 2013 @ 01:44 PM EST  
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Good morning, Chehalis River friends!wave

10:20 a.m.: Do the salmon know it's snowing?
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By: SueD (offline) on Tuesday, December 10 2013 @ 11:59 AM EST  
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8:53-8:57 a.m: Salmon still milling slowly past the camera.
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By: SueD (offline) on Wednesday, December 11 2013 @ 02:20 PM EST  
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Good morning, Chehalis River friends!wave

11:13-11:15 a.m.:
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By: SueD (offline) on Wednesday, December 11 2013 @ 06:00 PM EST  
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2:29-2:34 p.m.: One of the funniest screencaps I've ever taken; a duck or goose (some sort of waterfowl with webbed feet) landed on the water, startling the salmon!
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By: IrishEyes (offline) on Wednesday, December 11 2013 @ 09:07 PM EST  
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2:29-2:34 p.m.: One of the funniest screencaps I've ever taken; a duck or goose (some sort of waterfowl with webbed feet) landed on the water, startling the salmon!



OMG! Sue... what a catch.... i am chuckling.... wondering what the salmon were thinking ..LOL and i would love to know what it was that landed on them....... amazing shots.... thank you for sharing...Bravo


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By: Yolande (offline) on Wednesday, December 11 2013 @ 09:23 PM EST  
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OMG Sue! What a catch - and what a keeper Grin

I have been reading through all of your scaps and posts today - super! And, thanks, Bev, Sue, Dan and Rita! It's great to review at the end of the day - especially when I haven't been able to 'make it'. Many thanks, to all of you..

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By: Jean (offline) on Wednesday, December 11 2013 @ 10:03 PM EST  
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Sue............what a hoot! Green LOLIt is interesting to note the differences in each fish......................I know its part of the life cycle, but a bit sad too..................There is still lots of food here for our birds....................I wonder how long it will last?


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By: SueD (offline) on Thursday, December 12 2013 @ 12:30 PM EST  
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Thanks, Bev and Jean! It was fun to watch ... and I was startled, too! I have often wondered what it would be like to see an underwater view of an eagle snatching a salmon, and whether that's ever been observed on the underwater cam. I have a feeling it would happen too quickly to get a screencap.

9:18-9:19 a.m.:I have noticed that there are more and more of the red-coloured salmon (Chinook or Coho? I don't think they're Sockeye) swimming past the cam. They don't look as beaten up as the other types. I agree, Jean; it seems like a really rough existence for these salmon. The life cycle doesn't seem as rewarding for them, somehow, as it does for other animals. But I'm sure glad they are such a rich and plentiful food source for the eagles. I too wonder how much longer they will be teeming in these numbers.
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