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  1. Order Giving Notice of Decisions Not to Add Certain Species to the List of Endangered Species - SI/2010-14 (ANNEX : Statement Setting Out the Reasons for the Decisions Not To Add the Winter Skate and the Chinook Salmon to the List of Wildlife Species at Risk)


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    • 2 Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) (Okanagan Population)


      Anadromous Okanagan Chinook Salmon enter the Okanagan River in June and July and likely remain there until spawning in October. Peak spawning generally occurs in the third week of October, when water temperatures are between approximately 10°C and 14°C. It is unknown whether spawning also occurs in early July when water temperatures are also favourable. Eggs incubate through the winter and fry emerge between January and May.


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