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  • California Creek, with Innovative Pacific Lamprey Passage Project, Recognized as 2020 Water to Watch

    The National Fish Habitat Partnership is recognizing San Luis Obispo Creek in California, nominated by the Pacific Lamprey Conservation Initiative, as a 2020 Water to Watch.  

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  • Zoo Celebrates Pacific Lamprey at World Rivers Day

    Pacific lamprey at the new exhibit.

    The Oregon Zoo, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, and many tribal partners will celebrate World Rivers Day, Sept. 29, 2019 with the official grand opening of the zoo’s Pacific Lamprey Exhibit.

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  • New Oregon Zoo Exhibit Showcases Pacific Lamprey Conservation

    Kids at Oregon Zoo lamprey exhibit.

    The Oregon Zoo welcomed five new special guests on July 11, 2019, when Pacific Lamprey debuted as the centerpiece of an innovative new educational exhibit. Visitors can now learn about a fish whose prehistoric past predates dinosaurs and whose future depends on humans.

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  • 2018 Pacific Lamprey Assessment

    2018 Pacific Lamprey Assessment

    This Assessment; identifies critical uncertanties regarding lamprey life history; tracks current knowledge of habitat requiriements, abundance, distribution; describes threats and factors for decline throughout its United States range. 

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initiative Updates

    Evaluating and Providing Passage for Adult Pacific Lamprey at Road Crossings

    These Bonneville Power Administration-funded guidelines, developed in collaboration with the Adult Engineering and Passage Subgroup, are intended to raise awareness of adult Pacific Lamprey passage requirements and provide guidance for identifying barriers to the species and providing unimpaired passage at road crossings.  Learn More

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