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Restore Salmon to the Snake River HELP SAVE WILD ANIMALS

Restore Salmon to the Snake River HELP SAVE WILD ANIMALS


In this Oct. 17, 2013 photo, a wild Idaho Salmon River steelhead is

Sockeye salmon make their way back up a river in the Pacific Northwest to spawn.

Authorities have released recovery plans for federally protected Snake River chinook salmon and steelhead intended to make sure each species is ...

... Sockeye Salmon

click to enlarge - High water temperatures in the Snake and Columbia rivers made salmon susceptible to infection.

Endangered sockeye salmon ...

Last year more than 400 people from throughout the Pacific Northwest came together in support of the return of a free-flowing lower Snake River.

The Eel River is on the brink of disaster, its ocean-going fish species threatened with extinction, its nurturing estuary diked, drained and diminishing.

Why Protect Salmon

GWWF has been active in helping Save our Wild Salmon (www.wildsalmon.org)in efforts to restore salmon on the Columbia and Snake Rivers in Washingston.

Save Our wild Salmon

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Chinook salmon in Oregon -- DOE photo by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

The Columbia and Snake Rivers were once the greatest salmon rivers in the world until four dams were built on the lower Snake River. Wild salmon bring ...

Sockeye Salmon | Photo: Save Our Salmon

Chinook salmon. Federal authorities have released recovery plans for the protected Snake River chinook salmon and steelhead. File photo

SALMON SAFETY has prompted a set of dam removal discussions throughout the Northwest, forced by

Salmon, Dams and the Snake River. by: Save Our Wild ...

A New Path Forward for Salmon in the Columbia River Basin

Chinook Coho Salmon

Today in Idaho River History: Idaho Statesman launches 'An argument for breaching four dams

killer whale feeding

Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in Little Redfish Lake Creek. Sawtooth National Recreation Area

Hundreds of tribal members, boaters, anglers, local business owners and other river advocates

Judge's order revives movement to remove Snake River dams

Free the Snake: Restoring America's Greatest Salmon River

Restore Wild Salmon – Remove the Lower Snake River Dams! free-the-snake

2017 Salmon Return Projections Concerning

A juvenile coho salmon is held by a fish biologist from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Thursday, after 500,000 smolts were released into the ...

SAVE orcas and salmon, BREACH Lower Snake River dams NOW! @GovInslee @PattyMurray @WallaWallaUSACE @bonnevillepower @USACEHQ @damsnse… ...

Idaho's once famous wild Clearwater and Salmon River steelhead in a state of collapse

Snake river white sturgeon setline

Snake River sockeye salmon that returned from the Pacific Ocean to Idaho over the summer swim

Fish Swimming in River · Snake River Fishing

Judge's order revives movement to remove Snake River dams


In this April 11, 2018 photo, a fish is seen in a viewing window at the visitors center of the Lower Granite Dam on the Snake River near Almota, Washington.

An aged chinook salmon, below, and a young salmon move through the fish ladder

Why the removal of four Snake River dams is a necessary and feasible action to save wild salmon.

Free the Snake flotilla 2016

To highlight both the progress that has been made and the big challenges that remain for restoring wild salmon and steelhead, the Save our Wildlife Salmon ...

A few months ago, news broke that Nepal's last two "dancing bears" had been seized from a brutal life of performing on the streets.

... a groundbreaking package of editorials that concluded removing the lower Snake River dams made economic sense, and would restore endangered salmon.

More Wolves, Less Politics

Environmental Effects of Columbia & Snake River Dams Scrutinized

Conservation groups say the lower Snake River dams need to come down if salmon populations in

What You Need To Know About Columbia/Snake River Dams & Salmon | Earthjustice

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We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to save wild salmon.

Recovery: Saving Timber Rattlesnakes, Why Wildlife Recovery Isn't a Popularity Contest – Cool Green Science

We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to save wild salmon.

Protect Marine Wildlife. A salmon fights the current at the Issaquah Hatchery in Washington. Scientists warn that dams are wiping out the giant Chinook ...

Caught Salmon

"Everything... in the photograph -- trees, bushes, all the animals and plants in the forest and the water -- contains ocean nutrients from salmon.

More than 135 other fish and wildlife populations, including the Northwest's iconic orcas, benefit

An image from 2006 of the Ice Harbor dam on the Snake River in Pasco,

When it comes to salmon success stories, few can match sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) from the Snake River in the Pacific Northwest.

Wild steelhead and salmon are unknowingly being killed by catch and release fisherman. Last year while fly fishing the Clearwater river with friends in just ...

Tell Governor Inslee to Protect Orca and Chinook Salmon -- Increase Spill Now! | Help Wildlife, Protect the Environment, Support Nature Conservation, ...

Appeals Court Affirms Order to Spill More Water Over Dams to Help Salmon Survive


Lower Snake River Dams Research


Fishing on the Snake River

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Report: Restoration efforts in Columbia Basin helping salmon

Steelhead harvest season now open on the Snake, Salmon and Clearwater rivers

L91 and L122 photo credit Monika Wieland

Restore Wild Salmon - Remove the Lower Snake River Dams

Free the Snake | Restoring America's Greatest Salmon River


Hatcheries, fishing habits undercut wild salmon recovery | Idaho Statesman

Snake River chinook make the top-ten list of imperiled species

Recovery plans for Snake River salmon, steelhead released

two yellow-legged frogs at the edge of a bubbling stream

Sockeye salmon are transferred in a net. Plans for various iterations of salmon restoration in


FILE - In this 2013 file photo, the Ice Harbor Dam on the Snake River is seen from the air near Pasco, Wash. A group that represents farmers says saving ...

U.S. District Court approves proposal for 2018 spill plan to help juvenile Columbia-Snake fish migration

Photo: Monika Wieland/Orca Watcher Photography

Northwest salmon are the stuff of legends. Despite millions, the species struggles to survive. Can we save them — and at what price? | The Olympian

A River Reborn: Restoring Salmon Habitat Along the Duwamish River. Learn about the techniques used and how they will benefit the communities, and wildlife ...

Salmon River with Dories

Chinook salmon, the Southern Residents' main source of food, have been hammered by dams on the Columbia River and its tributaries.

Chinook Salmon in BC - Nicole Beaulac

NOAA Fisheries Approves Skagit River Steelhead Fishery Plan

Fishery managers will close ocean salmon seasons on about 200 miles of coastline in Oregon and California.

photo of a sea lion and a salmon

From salmon, trout, and bass in the water to bald eagles, ducks, river otters, and turtles to larger animals like moose and bears, wildlife depend on clean ...

A Watershed Moment for Wild Salmon

Atlantic salmon might just be making a come-back after decades of restoration efforts.


#MigrationNation - Your voice is needed again to save the 80 remaining Southern Resident orca

Steelhead Recovery Planning