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News | Northwest Power and Conservation Council Header Menu Contact Search About Integrating energy and the environment in the Columbia River Basin About the Council Mission and Strategy Members and Staff Bylaws Policies Careers / RFPs News See what the Council is up to. Read the latest news Read All News Press Resources Newsletters International Columbia River Explore News by Topic Fish and Wildlife Planning Salmon and Steelhead Wildlife Energy Planning Energy Efficiency Demand Response Fish and Wildlife The Council works to protect and enhance fish and wildlife in the Columbia River Basin. Its Fish & Wildlife Program guides project funding by the Bonneville Power Administration. 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Browse reports Reports by Topic Power Plan Fish and Wildlife Program Subbasin Plans Financial Reports Independent Scientific Advisory Board Independent Scientific Review Panel Independent Economic Analysis Board Columbia River History Project CloseNews Science Panel Finds Annual Salmon Survival Report Dense But Useful, Recommends Report of Key Messages Nov 9, 2020John Harrison ISAB says draft 2020 Comparative Survival Study is a wealth of information, but policymakers would benefit from a condensation of its conclusions. Modelling Shows Upper Columbia Spring Chinook Remain Among Most “At-Risk” Oct 19, 2020John Harrison Life cycle modelling using PIT tag data shows the fish remain at critically low numbers despite recovery effort. Council Recommends 44 Resident Fish Projects to BPA for Funding Oct 16, 2020John Harrison The projects are part of the Council's Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program. Twice the Size of a Polar Bear, With an Attitude Oct 16, 2020John Harrison New federal law and permit allow states and tribes to remove more sea lions from the Columbia River, including Stellers, which can weigh more than a ton. Idaho Fishery Managers Are Optimistic About Clearwater Steelhead Return Oct 2, 2020John Harrison 2020 has been a year of bad news, but the Clearwater steelhead return offers a bit of good news for the species and anglers. EPA Grants $2 Million To Columbia River Basin Water Quality Projects Sep 17, 2020John Harrison The 14 projects, selected through competitive bidding, are designed to assess, reduce, and educate about toxic substances in water throughout the Columbia River Basin. Idaho Congressional Staff Tours Sawtooth Hatchery and Redfish Lake Aug 24, 2020John Harrison Every year since 2008, the Council has hosted staff members of the Northwest Congressional delegation and key House and Senate committees dealing with natural resources and energy on informational tours. The 2020 tour was different. Council Supports Stricter Management of Birds that Prey on Juvenile Fish Aug 21, 2020John Harrison Fish-eating birds are taking a toll on juvenile salmon and steelhead in the Columbia and Snake Rivers, driving one species from the Upper Columbia to near extinction. Research is Finding Answers to Improving Lamprey Passage Success at Dams Aug 17, 2020John Harrison Lamprey swim differently than salmon. Fish ladders built for salmon present a difficult obstacle, but thanks to modifications passage success is improving. Canadian Columbia Basin Glaciers are Shrinking Aug 4, 2020John Harrison Five years of research shows the warming climate is causing glaciers to retreat. There are implications for the Columbia River water supply. Hanford Reach Flow Protections Help Keep Fall Chinook Healthy, Productive Jul 17, 2020John Harrison Adjusting upriver dam operations has stabilized Columbia River flows and boosted wild fish production in the last free-flowing stretch of the river in the United States. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Director: 'COVID Turned Our World Upside Down' Jul 17, 2020John Harrison As if Kelly Susewind’s plate wasn't full enough already with fish, wildlife, and budget issues, the pandemic burst onto the scene like an overbearing, uninvited dinner guest. Aging Snake River Compensation Plan Hatchery Facilities Need Repairs, Fish Managers Say Jul 17, 2020John Harrison With many of its 26 facilities nearing 40 years old, managers of the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan hatcheries have identified a total of $131 million in needed repairs and upgrades. Council Approves $500,000 for Fish Screen and Hatchery Maintenance Jun 18, 2020John Harrison The expenditure is for work outside routine maintenance needs and comes partly from savings in other projects in the Council's fish and wildlife program. Cold-water Safe Havens for Fish Jun 18, 2020John Harrison A plan by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency identifies cold-water refuges in Columbia River tributaries where adult salmon and steelhead can rest as they migrate from the ocean. Draft 2020 Addendum to the Council's Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program May 18, 2020John Harrison The geographic scope of the Council’s Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program is vast, from the Pacific Ocean to the mountains and plains of eastern Washington, northern and northeastern Oregon, most of Idaho, and a portion of western Montana. Construction Projects To Improve Fish Survival Are Winding Down At Corps Of Engineers Dams May 18, 2020John Harrison The Corps will transition from construction projects in response to direction in the 2008 Biological Opinion to a focus on operations and maintenance, a Corps biologist says. Avian Predation: A River System Out Of Balance May 18, 2020John Harrison For one steelhead species, the impact is significant, but overall the amount of predation has declined over recent years, a hopeful sign, researchers say. Sea Lion Reports: Stellers Are Staying Longer At Bonneville And Feasting On Winter Steelhead May 5, 2020John Harrison Big sea lions are causing big problems for Columbia River salmon and steelhead, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' annual report on sea lion predation at Bonneville Dam. Tribes Mourn Death of Celilo Village Leader Bobby Begay Apr 27, 2020John Harrison Tribal leader was well-known for his work to protect salmon from sea lions and educate about tribal culture. 'Sherman's Lagoon' Brings Salmon-Eating Sea Lions In The Columbia River To A World-wide Audience Apr 21, 2020John Harrison In 'Sherman's Lagoon,' Filmore declares 'We need to help the seals and sea lions in the Columbia River." Decision Expected This Summer On Application To Remove More Sea Lions Apr 17, 2020John Harrison Application targets aggressive sea lions that prey on Columbia River fish between the ocean and McNary Dam. Warming Ocean Poses New Challenges For Salmon Researchers Apr 17, 2020John Harrison Data suggests that the first year juvenile fish spend in the ocean is critical to their growth and survival. 2020 Columbia River Salmon And Steelhead Forecast: Low, Again Apr 17, 2020John Harrison The states predict a total 2020 return to the mouth of the river of about 1.2 million fish, a slight increase from 940,000 in 2019. Sockeye is the bright spot. Corona Virus Precautions Impact State Fish And Wildlife Policy Guidance and Field Work Apr 17, 2020John Harrison Social distancing, stay-home orders, and other public-safety responses to the COVID-19 pandemic are causing cancellation and delays of work on fish and wildlife projects in the Columbia River Basin, state and federal agencies and tribes have reported.
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