Tippets: Mousing Around, Drought Threatens California Salmon
- “The wolverine state has been a nighttime mousing kingdom of sorts,” writes Alex Cerveniak in his recent piece, “Rad Rodents,” on the culture and experience of being on the water after dark. Via The Drake.
- California’s devastating drought is severely impacting coho salmon runs of Central California. “If the drought continues there are going to be dead fish,” said Tom Stokely, water policy analyst for the nonprofit California Water Impact Network. “Depending on what the runs are like, it could pale in comparison to anything we’ve seen in recent history.” Via SF Gate.
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