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Little White Salmon NFH Performs Ultrasound and Antibiotic Injections On Endangered White River Spring Chinook
Pacific Region, July 24, 2012
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Staff ultrasounds and performs antibiotic injections on the endangered White River spring Chinook at Little White Salmon NFH in Cook, WA.
Staff ultrasounds and performs antibiotic injections on the endangered White River spring Chinook at Little White Salmon NFH in Cook, WA. - Photo Credit: Casey Risley

On July 24th, a team of agencies performed ultrasound and antibiotic injections on the captive brood stock of White River spring Chinook at Little White Salmon NFH. In 1999, the National Marine Fisheries Service listed this dwindling stock as endangered. Little White Salmon NFH, "The Flagship", plays an important role in the success of this program.

 

Spawning of 199 females is projected to begin on September 4th. Thank you to everyone for making this a smooth and successful day! Represented agencies include Lower Columbia River Fish Health Center, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Spring Creek NFH, and Little White Salmon NFH.


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Contact Info: Orlanda John, 509-538-2755 Ext: 209, orlanda_john@fws.gov



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