Cormorants Show Rapid Rise; With Terns Consume 15 Percent Of Estuary Juvenile Salmon In 2009

The Western population of double crested cormorants is 60 percent bigger than it was 18 years ago largely because of rapid growth at the Columbia River estuary’s East Sand Island nesting site, according to a status assessment prepared for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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