Study Looks At Harbor Seal Predation, Wild Chinook Survival In Washington, British Columbia Waters

Data from 20 wild fall chinook salmon populations in Washington and British Columbia waters has shown that 19 of the populations when returning as adults had been affected by predation by harbor seals as juveniles, and that 14 of those populations had negative effects that were significant.

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