Due to the significant overpopulation of the California Sea Lion over the last decade, there has been a steady decline in the numbers of salmon making there way back to spawn in the Columbia River System. Recently legislation was passed allowing for the killing of sea lions in an attempt to help prevent the continued decline of Columbia River salmon populations. Currently, sea lions have been working their way over 100 miles up the Columbia and to Willamette Fall to feast on salmon.
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