Bonneville Dam Salmon Count, #19367



A fisheries biologist counts salmon migrating upstream to spawn as the fish move through the Bonneville Dam fish ladders. Columbia River, Bonneville Dam and Locks, Oregon, USA, natural history stock photograph, photo id 19367Add To Light Table
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A fisheries biologist counts salmon migrating upstream to spawn as the fish move through the Bonneville Dam fish ladders. Columbia River, Bonneville Dam and Locks, Oregon, USA

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Location: Columbia River, Bonneville Dam and Locks, Oregon, USA
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