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The Nisqually River Basin is located in South Puget Sound approximately 20 miles south of the City of Tacoma and five miles east of the City of Olympia. The Nisqually River originates from the Nisqually Glacier on the southern slope of Mt. Rainier and flows west-northwest for approximately 78 miles, entering Puget Sound at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. Salmon recovery in the Nisqually is guided by the Nisqually Chinook Salmon Recovery Plan, which can be downloaded here.

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