Due To Low Numbers Of Estuary Cormorants Showing Nesting Activity, Culling Remains Suspended

As many as 19,000 double-breasted and pelagic cormorants are hanging out at East Sand Island, a tiny dredge spoil island in the lower Columbia River estuary, as of the end of July. Some are mating but only about 500 are exhibiting nesting behaviors, far fewer at this time of year than is normal.

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