Status & Trends by Region


Status & Trends in the Grays Subbasin (Columbia Estuary Province)

Fall Chinook

Biological Objective : Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural adults 298
 
Current Status : NOSA Estimate
2015: Grays and Chinook Rivers - 156 spawners474
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 52,153 juveniles474

ESA Listing Status :    Threatened
Evolutionary Significant Unit (ESU) : Lower Columbia 
Major Population Group (MPG) : Coast Fall 
Population : Grays / Chinook 
 

Chum

Biological Objective : Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,600 natural adults 298
 
Current Status : NOSA Estimate
2016: Grays and Chinook Rivers - 30,408 spawners474

ESA Listing Status :    Threatened
Evolutionary Significant Unit (ESU) : Columbia River 
Major Population Group (MPG) : Coast 
Population : Grays / Chinook 
 

Coho

No abundance chart available for Coho.
Biological Objective : Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
2400 natural adults 298
 
Current Status : NOSA Estimate
2015: Grays and Chinook Rivers - 86 spawners474

ESA Listing Status :    Threatened
Evolutionary Significant Unit (ESU) : Lower Columbia 
Major Population Group (MPG) : Coast 
Population : Grays / Chinook 
 

Coastal Cutthroat

No abundance chart available for Coastal Cutthroat.
Biological Objective : Subbasin Plan Objective :
None300
 
Current Status : Unknown
ESA Listing Status :    Not Listed
Evolutionary Significant Unit (ESU) :  
Major Population Group (MPG) :  
Population :  
 

Winter Steelhead

Biological Objective : Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
800 natural adults 298
 
Current Status : Adult Escapement
2015: 950 adult escapement (natural)69

ESA Listing Status :    Not Listed
Evolutionary Significant Unit (ESU) : Southwest Washington 
Major Population Group (MPG) :  
Population : Grays / Chinook