Protecting Hatchery Fish From Birds: High Tension Cables, Nylon Nets

For years at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Clackamas Fish Hatchery, birds have been feasting on defenseless juvenile chinook salmon, coho and steelhead while they were being reared in the three asphalt ponds and “raceways” until the fish were large enough to be released into the nearby Clackamas River to begin their long journey to the Pacific Ocean.

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