Plaintiffs Press Case Against Cormorant Culling In Court; 2,394 Birds Shot So Far This Year

Plaintiffs in a federal case in which they seek to stop the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from continuing to shoot and oil double crested cormorant eggs in the lower Columbia River estuary called talk of “devastating impacts” on salmon by the birds’ predation “little more than a biological soundbite.”

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