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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 Board, Citing Uncertainties, Says Salmon Reintroduction Above Grand Coulee 'Could Be Successful' Nov 15, 2019John Harrison 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. New Collection Facility Improves Passage for Salmon and Steelhead on Oregon's North Fork Santiam River Sep 24, 2019John Harrison Hatchery fish are collected, and wild fish are released in an effort to help rebuild threatened species of Willamette River Chinook and winter steelhead Report Concludes Habitat Above Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee Dams Could Support Salmon and Steelhead Jun 13, 2019John Harrison The report from the Upper Columbia United Tribes completes the first phase of a three-phase strategy in the Council’s 2014 Columbia River Basin Fish and Wildlife Program to assess the potential for reintroduction. 2019 Columbia River Basin Salmon and Steelhead Runs Should Be Better Than 2018, Agencies Predict Mar 15, 2019John Harrison Twice as many salmon and steelhead are predicted to return to the Columbia River Basin in 2019 as returned last year, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho state fish biologists reported at the Council’s March meeting. New Fish, Old Story Mar 15, 2018John Harrison 2018 salmon and steelhead returns to the Columbia River are forecast below average, again. Sea Lions and Steelhead Mar 7, 2018John Harrison Sea lions consumed 9 percent of the steelhead run at Bonneville Dam in 2017, according to a report. Vanished Salmon Oct 31, 2017John Harrison A June survey of the near-shore ocean off the mouth of the Columbia River found almost no juvenile salmon, despite normal abundance in the river. Why? The Colville Tribes celebrate the arrival of the first salmon May 26, 2017Laura Robinson On May 19 the Colville Tribes hosted their annual First Salmon Ceremony at the Chief Joseph Hatchery, where the ceremony has been held since 2013. Upper Columbia Salmon Habitat Sep 14, 2016John Harrison An assessment of potential salmon habitat will help inform a future decision about whether and where to reintroduce ocean-going fish to the area above Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee dams, which has been blocked to salmon for more than 70 years. Salmon Smorgasbord Jul 14, 2016John Harrison Ongoing research, recently wrapped up for this year, shows seals and sea lions continue to feast on Columbia River spring Chinook. Sea Lions Feast on Salmon and Steelhead at Bonneville Dam May 19, 2016John Harrison Fish kills peak in the first week of May, then decline. More than 50 of the most aggressive hunters have been permanently removed. High School Students Debate Salmon Reintroduction Mar 9, 2016John Harrison The Reardan, Washington, High School Agricultural Issues team debated reintroduction of salmon above Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee dams before the Council on March 8. Warm ocean, small salmon: Why? Mar 7, 2016John Harrison Scientists who study the northern Pacific Ocean are finding some disturbing, if not alarming trends: the ocean has been warming for several years; salmon sampled in 2015 from Alaska to California were Research: Water Chemistry, Internal 'GPS' Are Key to Salmon Homing Instinct Jan 12, 2016John Harrison Salmon migrate to the ocean, live there for years, then find their way home to exactly where they were born. How do they do that? Fish Managers Expect Another Good Salmon and Steelhead Return in 2015 Mar 13, 2015John Harrison Columbia River salmon runs should top 2 million fish again in 2015, continuing a trend of record or near-record runs over last decade compared to runs in the 1990s, fish managers reported to the Counc Big Salmon Runs Today – What about the Future? Mar 13, 2015John Harrison 2014 was a record year for salmon in the Columbia River. More salmon returned from the Pacific Ocean and were counted crossing Bonneville Dam, 146 miles inland, on their way to spawn—at hatcheries Sea lion numbers are increasing, and so is predation on salmon and steelhead in the Columbia River Jan 15, 2015John Harrison   The number of sea lions in the lower Columbia River is increasing every year, and so is predation by sea lions on salmon and steelhead. Information presented to the Council this month suggests tha Council Chair Joins Celebration of Record Salmon Return Sep 30, 2014John Harrison Council Chair Bill Bradbury joined representatives of federal dam operators, tribes, and other river users today in celebrating the huge return of salmon to the Columbia River in 2014 — a record ret Capturing a Good Day for Returning Salmon Sep 24, 2014Carol Winkel Salmon are returning from the Pacific Ocean to the Columbia River in big numbers this year. Tony Grover, fish and wildlife division director, was at Bonneville Dam on September 11 when about 40,000 sa States predict big salmon and steelhead returns this year Mar 14, 2014John Harrison Columbia River salmon and steelhead runs should range from average to record-breaking in 2014 depending on the species, fish managers from Washington, Oregon, and Idaho reported to the Council in Marc NOAA reports average or better juvenile salmon and steelhead survival in 2013 Feb 13, 2014John Harrison Survival of juvenile spring/summer Chinook salmon in 2013 in the Columbia and Snake rivers was above average and survival of juvenile steelhead was about equal to the long-term average, NOAA Fisheries 2013 is a good year for salmon so far, with some exceptions Sep 25, 2013Carol Winkel  These salmon are ready to spawn in Eagle Creek, Oregon, a mile upstream of Bonneville Dam             The number of adult salmon counted crossing Bonneville Dam in 2013 topped 1 million Another Good Year for Columbia River Salmon and Steelhead Runs Mar 16, 2012Carol Winkel Washington, Oregon, and Idaho fish managers are optimistic about salmon and steelhead returns to the Columbia River Basin in 2012, with some runs predicted to return in numbers not seen in decades – ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT AND COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON AND STEELHEAD Nov 22, 2011John Harrison The Endangered Species Act of 1973 has a long and litigious history in the Columbia River Basin. Twelve specific populations, or evolutionarily significant units, of four species of Columbia River Bas A Good Year for Returning Salmon Sep 30, 2010Carol Winkel This year has been a positive one for salmon, especially sockeye salmon. By mid-August, the run of sockeye up the Columbia River was the highest since Bonneville Dam was completed in 1938 and annual c
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