Nov. 06, 2012 · By Cassandra Profita
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently reported a startling statistic: Double-crested cormorants living at the mouth of the Columbia River are eating 18 percent of the juvenile salmon swimming toward the ocean. Continue reading →
June 13, 2011 · By Vince Patton
Not a single chick has survived this year at the world's largest colony of Caspian terns. Researchers call it "complete colony failure." Meanwhile, on the very same island in the mouth of the Columbia River, the world's largest double-crested cormorant colony also faces mass nest collapse. Continue reading →
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