The drought’s hidden victim: California’s native fish

Read the full story in the Los Angeles Times.

The drought’s toll on California has been measured mostly in terms of idled cropland, dried up domestic wells and brown lawns. Less visible but more devastating has been damage to native fish that struggle for survival in the best of times.

 

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