Salmon, a Keystone Species
In honor of the Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group's 30th Anniversary this November we are celebrating salmon as part of the Hood Canal watershed. Salmon are a keystone species, meaning that the function and health of our ecosystem relies on their existence. In fact, at least 137 different species depend on salmon for survival, some examples being eagles, bears, and whales. To enter this contest your photo must be of a plant, animal, etc. in the Hood Canal watershed that relies on salmon.
One photo entry per contestant.
Photo MUST be taken by you.
Photo MUST be in a jpg or pdf format.
Photo MUST be taken on the Hood Canal watershed (a general location description is required)
Photo MUST be submitted by November 15th.
By submitting a photo to the contest you are agreeing to having it posted on HCSEG Facebook, Instagram, e-newsletter, annual report and website with photographer credit.