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Upper Columbia River Salmon Recovery Sub-domain
The Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Sub-domain is one of three sub-domains that comrpise the Interior Columbia Salmon Recovery Domain. It includes the Columbia River and its tributaries upstream of the confluence of the Yakima River to the base of Chief Joseph Dam, six major sub-basins(Crab, Wenatchee, Entiat, Lake Chelan, Methow, Okanogan), several smaller watersheds, and the mainstem Columbia River. The sub-domain is home to two listed salmon and steelhead species: Upper Columbia River spring-run Chinook and Upper Columbia River steelhead.
For more information, please contact: Lynn Hatcher, Upper Columbia Recovery Coordinator, 509.962.8911.
- Salmon Population Trend Summaries
- Salmon Population Summary Database
- 5-Year Salmon Status Review 1.1MB