Bonneville Dam Second Powerhouse Juvenile Monitoring Facility (B2J)
The current SbyC configuration at the Bonneville Dam Second Powerhouse juvenile monitoring facility includes the capability to collect
individual PIT-tagged fish for physical examination. SbyC activities at this site should be
coordinated with both the COE project biologist and the Smolt Monitoring Program biologist a minimum of
30 days before the study to ensure the complementary implementation of sampling activities.
US Army Corps of Engineers
Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission
Smolt Monitoring Office
Bonneville Dam Adult Fish Facility, Washington Shore (BO3)
The Bonneville Adult Fish Facility (AFF) is adjacent to, and receives fish from, the North (Washington)
Shore Fish Ladder. Various tagging and collection activities are conducted by federal, state,
tribal, and academic entities. SbyC activities at the AFF should be coordinated with both the
COE project biologist a minimum of 30 days before the
start of the study. Proposed activities also need to be reviewed by FPAC, which will occur automatically when you submit your SbyC project request. If you have any questions prior to submitting your request, you may contact FPAC directly.