Between mid-October and mid-December every year, millions of Pacific salmon make their way up the streams of the Pacific northwest to spawn and eventually die. One of the very best places to see these beautiful salmon fighting their way up the stream is in Goldstream Park. Stand and watch quietly to see the various ways the pacific salmon make their way upstream—some alone, some in pairs. You may see a female select their spawning space and dig the hole by turning on her side and whipping her tail into the gravel. No one is really sure why and how they make their way back to their parent streams to spawn, but it truly is mesmerizing to watch them. See how many kinds of salmon you can spot!