Less Nesting Habitat Has Led To Higher Nesting Density For Estuary’s Salmonid-Eating Caspian Terns

A plan to disperse the largest share of Caspian terns from the species’ largest West Coast nesting colony has thus far fallen short so the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District is offering for public comment a strategy that would further reduce desirable habitat at the lower Columbia River’s East Sand Island.

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