Drought kills thousands of salmon eggs

Low water releases out of Shasta and Keswick dams, coupled with less water flowing into the Sacramento River from tributaries, has eggs in hundreds of salmon nests in the river “high and dry,” killing the eggs and recently hatched baby salmon.
 
“There’s a lot of concern out there right now,” said Doug Killam, an environmental scientist with the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.
 
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