Kids at John Holst Elementary School play a game in which a student playing a salmon tries to make it downstream to the ocean without being eaten (tagged) by a predator, played by fellow students, Friday, October 10, 2003, at the American River Salmon Festival’s “Schools Day,” at Lake Natoma.
Kids at John Holst Elementary School play a game in which a student playing a salmon tries to make it downstream to the ocean without being eaten (tagged) by a predator, played by fellow students, Friday, October 10, 2003, at the American River Salmon Festival’s “Schools Day,” at Lake Natoma. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Kids at John Holst Elementary School play a game in which a student playing a salmon tries to make it downstream to the ocean without being eaten (tagged) by a predator, played by fellow students, Friday, October 10, 2003, at the American River Salmon Festival’s “Schools Day,” at Lake Natoma. Lezlie Sterling Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

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