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Report Predicts Mass Extinction For California’s Native Trout & Salmon

The ECOreport reposts an OP-Ed from California , report predicts mass extinction for California’s native Trout & Salmon

Originally Published on the Daily KOS

By Dan Bacher

If present trends continue, the majority of California’s imperiled native salmon, steelhead and trout are likely to be extinct within 100 years.

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Delta Smelt Nearly Extinct

The ECOreport reposts an OP-ED about California’s continued mismanagement of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta: Delta Smelt nearly extinct

Originally Published on the Fishsniffer

By Dan Bacher

The population of Delta Smelt plummeted to a new low in the annual spring survey conducted by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) as the endangered fish moves closer to the abyss of extinction.

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Water exports are driving Delta smelt and salmon to extinction

Originally Published on Calitics and the Daily KOS

by Dan Bacher

The endangered Delta smelt, once the most abundant fish in the entire Bay Delta Estuary, may already be extinct, according to UC Davis fish biologist and author Peter Moyle, as quoted on Capital Public Radio.

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