No Observed Cormorant Breeding Pairs On Estuary Island, Plenty of Birds On Lower Columbia Bridge

The goal at East Sand Island in the lower Columbia River estuary is to limit the number of double-crested cormorants nesting on the island to 5,600 breeding pairs to limit the birds’ impacts on juvenile salmon and steelhead, according to Jeffery Henon, spokesperson for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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