The Columbia Basin’s fish and wildlife
managers are launching an effort to better define just what, in terms of
fish and wildlife numbers and population trends, their actions are intended
to achieve.
“We haven’t done a good job of painting
that picture,” said Tony Nigro, an Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
biologist and member of the Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Authority.
CBFWA’s managers are studying and
discussing ways to conduct a formal analysis that would ultimately …

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