Gregg Bates, executive director of the Dry Creek Conservancy, was one of the volunteers who looked for salmon on the network of tiny streams that thread through Roseville. In total, the group counted more than 120 salmon Friday on four sections of creek. That is far below the peak of 800 fish counted about a decade ago, Bates said.
Gregg Bates, executive director of the Dry Creek Conservancy, was one of the volunteers who looked for salmon on the network of tiny streams that thread through Roseville. In total, the group counted more than 120 salmon Friday on four sections of creek. That is far below the peak of 800 fish counted about a decade ago, Bates said. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Gregg Bates, executive director of the Dry Creek Conservancy, was one of the volunteers who looked for salmon on the network of tiny streams that thread through Roseville. In total, the group counted more than 120 salmon Friday on four sections of creek. That is far below the peak of 800 fish counted about a decade ago, Bates said. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

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