The Columbia Basin Fish & Wildlife Library was founded in 1995 as a centralized repository for resources related to Columbia River Basin fish and wildlife research. The Library’s collection includes print and digital materials with an emphasis on unpublished gray literature such as reports and government documents.
The Library serves the Columbia River Basin scientific community and those working in cooperation with the region’s fish and wildlife recovery efforts who are not otherwise served by a library. We are also open to members of the general public interested in the subjects we cover.
The Library is a project of the Columbia River Basin Fish & Wildlife Program, funded by Bonneville Power Administration, and managed by the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission.