Sudden Large Smelt Run Likely Reason For High Numbers Of Sea Lions Plying Lower Columbia River

Visiting pinnipeds, led by California sea lions, are present in what many believe are record numbers this year at a usual resting place at the Astoria, Ore., East Mooring Basin, and up the Columbia River, with relatively high concentrations as far upstream as St. Helens, Ore., located at river mile 86.

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