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In our Salute To The Sockeye festival., put on every fourth dominant year, Over 300,000 sockeye salmon are expected to run October 2018. This spectacular sight can be viewed at our local Roderick hag Brown Park a short 15 minute drive from our B&B.
in this park area, there are also several types of trees that surround the river and the walking path as where you can view the spectacular sight. This dominant year for Sockeye salmon happens once every four years. Roderick Haig Brown Park is the best place to view the spawning Salmon.The park encompasses the spawning beds of the sockeye, chinook, coho and pink salmon. The wooded area surrounding the river contains a natural assortment of trees including the Douglas-fir, cottonwood, birch, alder, ponderosa pine, hemlock and cedar. The park is also home to numerous forms of birds and mammals including whitetail and mule deer, black bears, beaver, river otter, mink, bald eagles and osprey.