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Flowing right through the heart of Silicon Valley and the City of San Jose, Coyote Creek is probably not what most people would picture when thinking about habitat for steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). But despite the significant change brought to the watershed through urban development, Coyote Creek is one of several streams meeting the southern end of San Francisco Bay that...
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MISSOULA, Mont. — Thanks to the strong conservation ethic and vision of a northern California landowner, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is pleased to announce nearly 12,000 acres of tule elk habitat is now permanently protected and in the public’s hands.  The conservation transaction conserves critical forestlands from threats of conversion and builds upon the Eel River Peninsula Conservation Strategy to...
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We're Seeing Rainbows This Morning!
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, JULY 23, 2021
Lake Sabrina

Rainbows - we see Rainbows - Wright’s Rainbows that is from Thatcher, Idaho!! ...
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Ocean Salmon Season Showing Signs of Life
Kenny Priest
by Kenny Priest, JULY 22, 2021



Well, it looks like the salmon season on the North Coast has a pulse after all. After the first three weeks of the season produced very little, especially out of Eureka, salmon are finally starting to show up. The hot spot has been right out front of Trinidad. “It’s been like this off and on all season,” said Tony Sepulveda...
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Lake Sabrina Weekly Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, JULY 20, 2021
Lake Sabrina

A load of fish from the Department of Fish and WildLife last Thursday had the kids doing the happy dance and being so proud to help bring dinner home for the family in between the intermittent ThunderBoomers and rain thru the week. Ezekiel (8) and Jacob (6) Navar had quite the discussion between themselves on the color of the MiceTail Ezekiel...
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It is often assumed that the goals of conserving fish and exploiting them for food and income are fundamentally at odds with one another. For example, restricting fishing may help protect biodiversity but could hurt communities that rely on fisheries. However, cooperation among stakeholders in such environments has given rise to a synergistic “social conservationist” approach. A synthesis publication in the journal Aquatic Conservation:...
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