Happy Friday! Here’s your nature news roundup:
- Federally endangered juvenile coho salmon have appeared in Walker Creek, Marin for the first time in five years. [Marin Independent Journal]
- Move over Panda cam: Big Sur’s Condor webcam begins streaming live footage of CA’s wild condors. [San Jose Mercury News]
- Ohlone Indians join rally to save Santa Clara nature preserve. [Contra Costa Times]
- Just spotted: a river otter visits Lake Merritt for the first time in decades. [Save the Bay blog]
- Mount Diablo’s revamped beacon ready to shine again. [Contra Costa Times]
- Parts of the Delta de Anza Trail will be closed this week as the water district works to clean the canal. [Contra Costa Times]
- Wide-spread die-off of anchovies in Santa Cruz Harbor. [Santa Cruz Sentinel]
- Washed up ‘sea serpents’ in Southern California draw gawkers and online following. [Press Democrat]
- County officials have said a further environmental report review is needed for Tiburon ridgetop subdivision plans. [Marin Independent Journal]
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