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Fisheries Scientists Predict Another Down Year For Eulachon, AKA Pacific Smelt, In The Columbia River
The 2020 run of Columbia River Eulachon, a small fish also known as Pacific Smelt, is expected to be as good or better than the 2019 run, but the run this year is expected to continue a downward trend and, once again, recreational and sport fisheries have been curtailed -- as they have been every year since 2010.
Columbia River Estuary Projects Are Improving Habitat For Migrating Juvenile Salmon and Steelhead
More than 14,000 acres of floodplain have been opened, including 500 acres in 2019 alone.
Council Comments On Proposed Federal Rule Change Regarding Cormorants That Kill ESA-Listed Species
Fish-eating birds, including Caspian terns, double-crested cormorants, and gulls, are killing half, or more, of the juvenile Upper Columbia steelhead during their annual outmigration down the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean. The Council's letter draws attention to the problem.
Fish-eating Birds Kill Half, Or More, Of Upper Columbia Steelhead Smolts, Research Shows
Juvenile fish face a multitude of dangers as they migrate down the Columbia and Snake rivers to the ocean every spring – disease, water temperature and quality, hydropower dam passage, predatory fish, but the extent of predation by birds is alarming.
Use this new tool to track progress on tackling the invasive northern pike species
Explore resource tools and maps related to the F&W Program
Track the progress of regional fish and wildlife efforts in the Columbia Basin with dynamic charts and supporting data tables
Quick access to local and regional subbasin resources, and species data
Detailed information complementary to the Programs's HLI site about fish abundance, hydrosystem passage and survival, and habitats