1. My first public presentation of my research on migration patterns of coho salmon in Puget Sound. January 25, 2012 at Town Hall Seattle.

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  2. Leaping Frog Films (leapingfrogfilms.com) is currently in production on a pilot showcasing fish biologist John McMillan's work which has included, among other things, the snorkeling of an estimated 2,500 miles in the rivers of the Pacific Northwest. John is versed in all the technologies available to the modern day scientist to track and study fish species, but for John this is not enough. He has to get in the frigid waters just above freezing and snorkel with the migrating salmon and steelhead he studies, to try and experience the environment the way the fish do. He is a man with an obvious love and respect for his subjects and he works with the urgency of someone who is concerned for their future.

    Please join Leaping Frog Films as we follow this passionate biologist on his quest to understand these iconic species and help to ensure their future.

    We are looking for sponsors for the pilot, if interested, please contact Shelly Solomon 360-385-3998, This video has already been viewed in 29 countries. Also, read John and Bill McMillan's book "May the Rivers Never Sleep" available at Amazon.com its AMAZING.....

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