The Northwest Power and Conservation Council

Integrating energy and the environment in the Columbia River Basin

Next Council meeting: Apr 11-12, Council Meeting, Missoula
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Sea Lion Fish Feast
The number of salmon and steelhead consumed by sea lions at Bonneville Dam last year, more than 9,500 fish, was the second-largest since observations and monitoring began in 2002, according to a report by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. During their annual spring foray into the Columbia River, sea lions also killed lamprey and sturgeon.

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Sea Lion Fish Feast
The number of salmon and steelhead consumed by sea lions at Bonneville Dam last year, more than 9,500 fish, was the second-largest since observations and monitoring began in 2002, according to a report by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. During their annual spring foray into the Columbia River, sea lions also killed lamprey and sturgeon.



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Daily Bonneville fish count

Mar 26
Chinook Adult 0
Steelhead 32
Wild Steelhead 13

More fish counts at Fish Passage Center

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