Coho Salmon Threatened With Extinction Due to Severe Drought in California

January 28, 2014 by  
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California’s severe drought is hitting both human and animal communities hard. While it is easy to see the devastation on land through photographs of parched land and withering crops, the plight of the state’s aquatic species is more difficult to detect. Due to shrinking rivers and creeks, Coho salmon could be facing extinction south of San Francisco. Without enough precipitation to swell inland waterways, the fish are stranded in the ocean and unable to travel to their traditional spawning grounds. Read the rest of Coho Salmon Threatened With Extinction Due to Severe Drought in California Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: California , california central valley , california department of fish and wildlife , california drought , ceqa , coho salmon , governor jerry brown , kent lake , lagunitas creek , marin county , monterey county , sacramento delta , salmon run , San Francisco , Santa Cruz , scott creek fishery , spawning grounds , threatened species , watershed health        

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Coho Salmon Threatened With Extinction Due to Severe Drought in California

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