Climate change threatens California salmon, UC Davis scientists say

Capital Public Radio: Not far from Chico California, UC Davis fish biologist Lisa Thompson is perched in a tree on an observation platform overlooking Butte Creek. THOMPSON: "We're looking at a pretty big group of spring run Chinook salmon. And they have moved into an area over gravels that are a good size for them to spawn and lay their eggs. And so there are groups of fish milling around trying to decide who they are going to mate with. And that splashing you here is a female flipping on her side and moving her tail......

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