The annual return of salmonids to their freshwater spawning grounds, commonly known as “the salmon run”, is one of the most beautiful and studied phenomena in the natural world. From our California rivers to the Great Pacific Ocean, species like coho salmon and steelhead trout face a variety of threats from human-related interactions. Carter Perez Adamson has been working closely with these species this summer, and will join us to showcase his first-hand experiences. Come hear about the work that goes into protecting an endangered species, and learn about the significance of fish conservation and health in Point Reyes National Seashore. Register today!
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