Lake Ozette Salmon Recovery Sub-domain

The Lake Ozette Recovery Sub-domain is part of the Washington Coast Recovery Domain and is located on the western rim of Washington's Olympic Peninsula. Lake Ozette is the third largest natural lake in Washington State and its perimeter shore is nestled within the 922,000- acre Olympic National Park. The lake flows into the Ozette River, which unites its waters with the Pacific Ocean. The sub-domain has one listed salmon species, Lake Ozette sockeye. NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region manages recovery planning and implementation for this region through its Oregon & Washington Coastal Area Office.

For more information, please contact: Jeff Fisher, Lake Ozette Recovery Contact, 360.534.9342.