Corps Decides Not To Cull Estuary Cormorants In 2018, Will Continue Hazing, Egg Removal

In its fourth year of a five-year double-crested cormorant management program in which the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has previously lethally removed or culled cormorants at East Sand Island in the lower Columbia River estuary, the federal agency will instead this year just haze the birds and remove a limited number of eggs at the island as a way to keep the number of nesting pairs under control.

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