Drought won’t help migrating baby salmon

The Golden Gate Salmon Association had asked the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to release more water into the river from Shasta and Keswick dams to help the young salmon make it safely out to the ocean. The fish swim out to the Sacramento River and then down to the Pacific Ocean, where they live for two or three years before migrating back upstream to spawn and die. continued

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