Research Shows Areas Of Increased Avian Predation On Salmonids In Mid-Columbia

Avian predation has made the Mid-Columbia River a bit of a murderers’ row for migrating juvenile salmon and steelhead, though the toll upriver still pales in comparison to fish consumption by Caspian terns and double-crested cormorants in the estuary, according to ongoing research.

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