West Fork Humptulips River

The West Fork Humptulips River supports habitat for fish and wildlife. WRC conserved the last unprotected stretch of river within the Olympic National Forest. Photo by John Russell.

The West Fork Humptulips is outstanding habitat for anadromous fish, supporting runs of chinook, coho, chum, steelhead and sea-run cutthroat trout. This area is also home to bald eagle, which feed on the healthy runs of salmon and steelhead. WRC conserved two miles of prime spawning grounds along this outstanding stream. Photo by Jay Russell.