Straying Pink Salmon Hit Record Numbers At Bonneville Dam; Down From Puget Sound, Fraser River?

Pink salmon, known as humpbacks or humpies, are known to have a relatively high incidence of straying — i.e. spawning someplace other than their natal stream.

And they are outdoing themselves this year with record numbers of the salmon being counted at the lower Columbia River’s Bonneville Dam.

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