Fish and Wildlife

The Council works to protect and enhance fish and wildlife in the Columbia River Basin. Its Fish and Wildlife Program guides project funding by the Bonneville Power Administration.

NEWS (also see blog)

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ISRP Follow-up Review of Mid-Columbia Coho Restoration Program - Response Requested
In response to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council’s February 15, 2017 request, the ISRP reviewed a revised Mid-Columbia Coho Restoration Program Master Plan which ...

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ISRP Follow-up Review of Mid-Columbia Coho Restoration Program - Response Requested
In response to the Northwest Power and Conservation Council’s February 15, 2017 request, the ISRP reviewed a revised Mid-Columbia Coho Restoration Program Master Plan which ...


Meetings


Features

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Fish and Wildlife Program resource maps / data

Explore maps of Artificial Production Programs O&M, Fish Screens O&M and more

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Fish Information Site

Detailed information complementary to the Program's HLI site about fish abundance, hydrosystem passage and survival, and habitats

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HLI report

Track the progress of regional fish and wildlife efforts in the Columbia Basin with dynamic charts & supporting data tables

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Subbasin & Species Dashboards

Quick access to local and regional subbasin resources, and species data