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Fish and Wildlife Program Cost Savings Help Pay For Fish Screen Repairs
Submerged for nearly 30 years, an irrigation canal's fish screens needed major repairs. Cost savings from projects in the Council's program paid for the work.
Science Board, Citing Uncertainties, Says Salmon Reintroduction Above Grand Coulee 'Could Be Successful'
Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee dams block salmon passage to the upper Columbia River. Reintroduction 'could be successful to some extent,' the Council's Independent Scientific Advisory Board said after reviewing a feasibility report by the Upper Columbia United Tribes. The ISAB found the report scientifically credible and urged an early analysis of potential reintroduction costs.
Learn About the Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program
The Council's new online communication tool will make it easier for users to learn about the fish and wildlife program.
Washington's Orca Task Force Recommends Protections For A Declining Species
The Southern Resident orca population in Puget Sound, part of an iconic species that is as much a symbol of the Pacific Northwest as salmon, is in trouble, and while their problems are simply stated, solutions will be difficult.
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