With big ships still moving regularly through the Northern California marine sanctuaries, whales are at risk.
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After an absence of many decades, Chinook salmon swim up the Guadalupe River in San José most winters. The fish look for places to lay eggs and often find them. If there’s enough water left in the dry season, their … Read more
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