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Water Type Interactive Maps

Water typing is one of the most effective tools for protecting important stream and wetland habitats. To learn more about what water typing is and why it's important, click here.

A map of all of our watertyping projects can be found here. or you can find links to specific projects below:

West Sound Watersheds, Kitsap Peninsula (WRIA 15)

(2010-2014) Surveys document the distribution of fish and fish habitat in West Puget Sound streams in Kitsap and Pierce counties, WA.
Online Interactive Map
Phase I report
Phase II report
Phase III report

Yelm Creek (WRIA 11)

Surveys of Yelm Creek, tributary to the Nisqually River in Thurston County, WA
Online Interactive Map

Chehalis Watershed (WRIA 22 and 23)

Surveys of tributaries to the Chehalis River, in Mason, Grays Harbor and Thurston counties.
Online Interactive Map: Allen Creek and Wildcat Creek

Salmon Creek (WRIA 28)

Surveys of Salmon Creek and tributaries in Clark County near Vancouver, WA.  WFC performed this project in partnership with the Salmon Creek Watershed Council.
Online Interactive Map

Pilchuck Creek (WRIA 07)

Surveys of Pilchuck Creek and tributaries in Snohomish County, WA.  This project was funded by the SRFB and King Conservation District.
Online Interactive Map

Patterson Creek (WRIA 07)

Survey of Patterson creek and tributaries in King County, WA.  This project was funded by the SRFB and King Conservation District.
Online Interactive Map

Mason County (WRIA 14)

(2007-2008) Surveys of streams flowing into Puget Sound on Arcadia and Kamilche points in Mason County, Washington to document the distribution of fish and fish habitat.
Online Interactive Map

San Juan County (WRIA 02)

(2003-2008) Surveys of streams on San Juan and Orcas Island, Washington to document the distribution of fish and fish habitat.
Online Interactive Map

Thurston County (WRIA 13)

(2005-2007) Surveys of more than 160 streams flowing into Puget Sound near Olympia, Washington to document the distribution of fish and fish habitat.
Online Interactive Map
Project  Background & Objectives

Project Summary

City of Redmond (WRIA 08)

(2004-2005) Surveys of 18 watersheds within the City of Redmond, Washington to document the distribution of fish and fish habitat.
Online Interactive Map
Static HTML Map

Island County (WRIA 06)

(2003-2004) Surveys of two watersheds in Island County (Whidbey and Camano Islands in Puget Sound), Washington to document, inventory, and evaluate fish distribution, species composition,  and instream habitat. http://www.washingtontrout.org/islandco/index.shtml

South King County (WRIA 09)

(2003) Surveys of 25 watersheds in King county, Washington to determine fish presence and distribution, correct inaccurate mapping, and document fish-passage barrieres, instream features, and other habitat characteristics. http://www.washingtontrout.org/kcpuget/index.shtml

Port Ludlow (WRIA 17)

(2001-2002) Surveys of 37 miles of streams, including two large watersheds in the vicinity of Port Ludlow, Washington to identify and document the presence and distribution of fish and fish habitat. http://www.washingtontrout.org/ludlow/index.shtml

Vashon Island (WRIA 09)

(2000-2001) Surveys of 75 streams on Vashon Island, Washington to verify presence and distribution of fish and fish habitat, upgrading the classification of approximately 33 miles of the approximately 88 miles of stream surveyed.  http://www.washingtontrout.org/Vashon/Vashon2001/VashonTitle.shtml

 

 

 

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