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Oregon Native Fish Status Report

This assessment highlights widespread risks to the existence of native Oregon fishes in the face of extensive and continuing habitat changes and other threats. It provides risk assessments for native salmon and steelhead, most native trout and other selected native fish species using interim criteria outlined in the Native Fish Conservation Policy (pdf). The NFCP interim criteria provide temporary guidance to ensure the conservation of native fish prior to the completion of detailed conservation plans for each species of group of populations.

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How to use this report

The Oregon Native Fish Status Report is divided into two volumes. The first volume, Species Management Unit Summaries, contains a brief summary of the assessment results for each of the 69 species management units assessed for this report. The Species Management Unit Summaries volume is intended as a reference document to quickly determine what the status assessment found for each species management unit. The Key to Assessment Summaries describes the layout of the assessment summaries and describes the graphics shown in each summary.

The second volume of the Oregon Native Fish Status Report, Assessment Methods and Population Results, contains a description of how the assessment of each species management unit was conducted. This volume was intended to explain how ODFW came up with the assessment results. The methods used to analyze data, as well as the data sources, are described for each of the six criteria. The salmon and steelhead sections of the Assessment Methods and Population Results volume also contain a one-page summary of the status assessment of each population.

The electronic version of the Oregon Native Fish Status Report contains a table of contents that combines both volumes of the report. A link to each species management unit assessment is provided in the table. The “Summary” link takes the reader to that section of the Species Management Unit Summaries volume pertaining to the particular species management unit. The “Methods” link takes the reader to that section of the Assessment Methods and Population Results volume pertaining to the particular species management unit.

The Introduction sections in each volume provide some of the background for the report and a description of the interim criteria used to assess the species management units. A Glossary is provided in the Species Management Unit Summaries volume to define some of the terms used in both volumes of the report. The Assessment Methods and Population Results volume includes a References section that lists all references cited in the report. This volume also includes an Appendix that contains a list of all native freshwater fish species found in Oregon and identifies which species were assessed in this report, which species were not, and those species for which insufficient information is available to conduct an assessment.

Questions on the Oregon Native Fish Status Report should be directed to Kevin Goodson (503-947-6250) with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, or send emails to Kevin.W.Goodson@state.or.us.

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VIEW AND DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE FINAL OREGON NATIVE FISH STATUS REPORT
VOLUME I: SPECIES MANAGEMENT UNIT (SMU) SUMMARIES (pdfs)
VOLUME II: ASSESMENT METHODS & POPULATION RESULTS (pdfs)

Access SMU-specific assessments

A link to species management unit assessment for each species assessed is provided below. The “Summary” link takes the reader to that section of the Species Management Unit Summaries volume pertaining to the particular species management unit. The “Methods” link takes the reader to that section of the Assessment Methods and Population Results volume pertaining to the particular species management unit.

Coho SMUs Fall Chinook SMUs Spring Chinook SMUs
Chum SMUs Sockeye SMUs Winter Steelhead SMUs
Summer Steelhead SMUs Redband Trout SMUs Cutthroat Trout SMUs
Bull Trout SMUs Other Species SMUs  

COHO SMUs (pdfs)

Coastal

Rogue

Lower Columbia

Interior Columbia

Klamath

 
FALL CHINOOK SMUs

Coastal

Rogue

Lower Columbia

Mid Columbia

Snake

 
SPRING CHINOOK SMUs

Coastal

Rogue

Lower Columbia

Willamette

Mid Columbia

Lower Snake

Upper Snake

Upper Klamath

 
CHUM SMUs

Coastal

Lower Columbia

 
SOCKEYE

Mid Columbia

Snake

 
WINTER STEELHEAD SMUs

Coastal

Rogue
Lower Columbia
Willamette
   
SUMMER STEELHEAD SMUs
Coastal
Rogue
Lower Columbia
Mid Columbia
Klamath
Lower Snake
Upper Snake
   
REDBAND TROUT SMUs
Malheur Lakes
Catlow Valley
Warner Lakes
Fort Rock
Chewaucan
Goose Lake
Upper Klamath Basin
   
CUTTHROAT TROUT SMUs
Coastal
Southern Oregon
Lower Columbia
Willamette
Alvord
Coyote Lake
Quinn River
Westlope
 
BULL TROUT SMUs
Klamath Lake Willamette Hood
Deschutes Odell Lake John Day
Umatilla
Walla Walla Grande Ronde
Imnaha Hells Canyon Malheur River
OTHER SPECIES SMUs
Borax Lake Chub Hutton Springs Tui Chub Oregon Chub
Foskett Speckled Dace Pacific Lamprey Western Brook Lamprey
Southern and Northern Green Sturgeon Oregon White Sturgeon
 
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