The first two smolts have been documented leaving Fauntleroy Creek. Volunteers Steev Ward found the first in our soft trap in the lower creek, closely followed by Dennis Hinton with the second, on March 27 - the first day of annual trapping. This monitoring to see how many leave the creek for saltwater will continue through May.

Welcome to the Fauntleroy watershed website - the closest thing to being here on the West Seattle peninsula, Seattle, Washington, USA.

On these pages, you'll find details about the watershed's major natural features - Fauntleroy Creek and Fauntleroy Park - as well as information about our education program and all manner of other things. Enjoy your visit!

Fauntleroy Watershed Council Meeting
Thursday, September 10, 7 PM @
Fauntleroy Church. 
All are welcome!


The last of 20 salmon releases in Fauntleroy Creek occurred May 28 when second- and fourth-graders from Concord Elementary brought their coho to Fauntleroy Park. All told, volunteers with the Fauntleroy Watershed Council hosted 750 students this year and an additional 175 adults and younger siblings. Their participation in the Salmon in the Schools program resulted in the release of nearly 1,700 fry that will spend the next year in the creek.

Also this spring, volunteers documented 31 coho smolts leaving the creek for two years in saltwater, a dozen more than in 2014.

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