Audubon Action Alert: Stop Cormorant Slaughter

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Double-crested Cormorant with eggs

A Double-crested Cormorant protects its eggs on East Sand Island.

Tell the Army Corps of Engineers that you oppose the plan to kill 16,000 cormorants.

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Dear Jim,

The Army Corps of Engineers is planning to kill 16,000 Double-crested Cormorants—more than 25 percent of the entire western North American cormorant population—in a misdirected effort to reduce avian predation on endangered salmon. The cormorants live and nest on East Seal Island, a globally-significant Important Bird Area (IBA) in Oregon’s lower Columbia River estuary. While cormorants do prey on salmon, the fish are endangered because of dams, pollution, habitat loss, and an array of other factors—not because of the cormorants.

Write to the Army Corps of Engineers today to oppose their plan to kill 16,000 Double-crested Cormorants.

According to the Audubon Society of Portland, which is closely tracking this issue, “It is time for the US Army…

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