Hundreds of juvenile salmon die due to low flows, warm weather

Times_Standard: After a recent population assessment of chinook salmon and steelhead found 54 adult and hundreds of juvenile fish dead in the Salmon River, researchers and tribes are concerned what the future will hold for the anadromous fish should the effects of drought persist. "We're all on alert," California Department of Fish and Wildlife environmental scientist Sara Borok said. "We don't to want lose this year's spring run. There's not a whole lot we can do other than have more rain dances." The 54......

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