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  • Oroville Dam spillway endangers baby salmon

    As the Feather River below the Oroville Dam spillway turned brown with silt, staff members with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife raced to transport by truck 4 million baby salmon from a downstream hatchery, fearing they would die in the thick, muddy waters.

As the Feather River below the Oroville Dam spillway turned brown with silt, staff members with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife raced to transport by truck 4 million baby salmon from a downstream hatchery, fearing they would die in the thick, muddy waters. Video by Sue Morrow The Sacramento Bee
As the Feather River below the Oroville Dam spillway turned brown with silt, staff members with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife raced to transport by truck 4 million baby salmon from a downstream hatchery, fearing they would die in the thick, muddy waters. Video by Sue Morrow The Sacramento Bee

Hatchery mishap kills 300,000 baby salmon. What will this mean for California fishermen?

May 11, 2017 2:15 PM

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