With about a month to go in the season, staff and volunteers at the Washington National Wildlife Refuge in Dungeness captured 56 European green crab. The totals are less than the last two years. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

With about a month to go in the season, staff and volunteers at the Washington National Wildlife Refuge in Dungeness captured 56 European green crab. The totals are less than the last two years. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Invasive green crab remains present across peninsula

Makah Tribe anticipates more captures than 2018

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