Columbia River Bird Colonies Create Deadly Gauntlet For ESA-Listed Salmon and Steelhead

The chance that a migrating juvenile salmon or steelhead is eaten by a double-crested cormorant, a Caspian tern or a California gull, increases with the distance the juvenile has to travel and the number of bird colonies chock full of predators the fish pass on their way to the sea.

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