Lower Columbia Cormorant Colony’s 2010 Salmonid Consumption Shoots Up To 19 Million Smolts

The size of the double crested cormorant colony on the lower Columbia River’s East Sand Island grew little from 2009 to 2010, but the avian predators’ consumption of juvenile salmon and steelhead skyrocketed, according to preliminary estimates from researchers that monitor the birds.

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