Salmon History: Centuries Ago Juveniles Entered Columbia Estuary Younger, Smaller Than Today’s Fish

Chinook salmon reared in the upper stretches of the Columbia River watershed 250 to 500 years ago used to leave their freshwater habitat and enter the estuary – and possibly even the Pacific Ocean – when they were smaller and younger than most of their contemporary counterparts.

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