First Time In State History, California Tries Barging Sacramento River Salmon To Improve Survival

The California Department of Fish and Game biologists are trying a new tactic to help California’s ocean-bound juvenile salmon, in hopes of increasing survival rates.

On May 3, for the first time in state history, DFG staff used a boat to move approximately 100,000 chinook smolts down the Sacramento River to San Francisco Bay.

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