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What are the Bonneville Dam fish cameras?

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The Bonneville Dam fish cameras are a live feed of fish activity around the fish ladder of Bonneville Dam. The feed is operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers and updates with a new photograph every 15-45 seconds. It can normally be viewed at the official U.S. Army Corps of Engineers website.

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However, as of August 2015, The Bonneville Dam fish cameras are unavailable for viewing. High viewing demand impacted the Army Corps network. Although the Army Corps is working on a solution for long-term, on-demand viewing of the cameras, the staff does not know when the fish cameras will be back in service.

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