A juvenile salmon being held by a gloved hand.

What has the recent wet season done for salmon?

The recent rains in California have brought about a positive outcome for young salmon – the Yolo and Sutter bypasses have become a rich source of food for young salmon. Listen to CapRadio's lastest piece to learn from Carson Jeffres, a fisheries scientist at CWS, on how the increased water flow resulting from recent downpours has created ideal conditions for juvenile salmon populations to thrive and grow.

CapRadio: https://www.capradio.org/articles/2023/04/06/recent-rains-are-helping-boost-some-california-salmon-populations-heres-how/


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