Estuary Cormorants Nesting In Low Numbers; Corps Unsure If Culling Will Resume Before Season Ends

About 200 double-crested cormorants are nesting on East Sand Island, some or all with 7- to 10-day old chicks, far fewer of the birds than would be expected at what Portland Audubon had deemed the largest colony of double-crested cormorants in the world.

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