2011 Fall Chinook Redd Survey In Lower Snake, Tributaries Produces Second Highest Count On Record

According to a preliminary report released this week a total of 5,010 fall chinook salmon redds – supposed egg-filled nests that will produce a new generation — were observed in the lower Snake River and its tributaries this past fall, which is the second highest count since inception of intensive surveys in 1988.

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