An endangered Chinook salmon in the Eel River, one of California’s least altered watersheds. Scientists say it could serve as a stronghold where fish can maintain populations while degraded habitat is restored.
An endangered Chinook salmon in the Eel River, one of California’s least altered watersheds. Scientists say it could serve as a stronghold where fish can maintain populations while degraded habitat is restored. Mike Wier Cal Trout
An endangered Chinook salmon in the Eel River, one of California’s least altered watersheds. Scientists say it could serve as a stronghold where fish can maintain populations while degraded habitat is restored. Mike Wier Cal Trout

California Forum

June 15, 2017 2:10 PM

The Eel River could save wild salmon – if we can save the river itself

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