- November 4 & 5 2012During the beginning of November not many fish were observed using the fishway due to colder temperatures and high flow. However, fishes that were observed include minnow and sucker species, indicating a shift in diversity from the normal Rainbow Trout and Chinook Salmon migration
- April 26 2012A Rainbow Trout swimming upstream of Denny's Dam Fishway (Note that the time stamp is incorrect)
- August 23 2012The first video of a Chinook Salmon using the Denny's Dam fishway in late August.
- September 12 2012During the month of September we altered the position of the camera to monitor the fishway from the top view due to turbidity and lighting conditions. Unfortunately, this made it difficult to distinguish between Salmonidae species. See if you can tell which species of Salmonidae are in this video!
- September 28 2012In order to accurately distinguish between Salmonidae species we altered the position of the camera back to the original position (side view) and added LED lights to help with turbidity issues. See if you can accurately identify how many fish and which species there are in this video! Note the lamprey attached to a Chinook Salmon as it swims through the fishway
- October 5 2012Many Rainbow Trout and Chinook Salmon pass through the Denny's Dam Fishway
- November 12 2012As the weather gets colder, Rainbow Trout and Chinook Salmon migration tends to slow down. However, during some sunny days when water temperature increases many Rainbow Trout can be seen using the fishway
- November 22 2012A large male Chinook Salmon moves through the Denny's Dam Fishway; the only one we have seen so far this November
- November 23 2012Fin clipping is a management tool, performed by the Ministry of Natural Resources, which allows for the identification of hatchery-reared fish. Some of the Rainbow Trout that have passed through this year have been identified as hatchery-reared fish based on these fin clips. Note the missing adipose fin on this Rainbow Trout
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