Steve Hubbardlooks out over Auburn Ravine Creek in 2014. A nonprofit is seeking volunteers to count Auburn Ravine salmon and steelhead on their home computers.
Steve Hubbardlooks out over Auburn Ravine Creek in 2014. A nonprofit is seeking volunteers to count Auburn Ravine salmon and steelhead on their home computers. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
Steve Hubbardlooks out over Auburn Ravine Creek in 2014. A nonprofit is seeking volunteers to count Auburn Ravine salmon and steelhead on their home computers. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file

Bathrobe biologists can study Sacramento Valley salmon from home

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