Over 500 Endangered Coho Salmon Swim Into Lagunitas CreekThe Marin Municipal Water District has counted 563 Coho salmon in Lagunitas Creek, the highest number in 12 years.
Rains Trigger Spawning Of Coho Salmon In Marin CountyThe recent rains have triggered the endangered Central Coast coho salmon to begin spawning in Marin County's Lagunitas Creek.
Untreated Water Released Into Russian River Tributary To Protect FishThe Camp Meeker Recreation and Park District near Occidental in western Sonoma County is releasing untreated water from its treatment facility into a tributary of the Russian River to protect the summer rearing of coho salmon and steelhead.
Muir Beach Access Closing For Summer To Protect Salmon The parking lot and pedestrian areas of Muir Beach are closing this July as an attempt to protect an endangered species of salmon is made.
Ecologists Lead Salmon Spawning Tours In Marin CountyRecent heavy rains have left local creeks in Marin County swollen, and one Marin County organization is seizing the wet conditions as an opportunity to teach people about endangered salmon.
Coho Salmon Returns Improve In Russian RiverEndangered coho salmon are returning from the ocean to spawn in the Russian River and its tributaries in numbers not seen in years.