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November 2012

New Report Identifies California Coho as species Facing Extinction as a Result of Mismanagement of Water & Watersheds

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San Francisco – Two species of Pacific salmon – Winter-run Chinook and Central California Coastal Coho, Southern Mountain Yellow legged frog, Sierra Nevada Yellow legged frog, and the San Bernardino Kangaroo Rat comprise five of many species of wildlife being impacted by water problems in California, according to a new report released this week by the Endangered Species Coalition. Water Woes: How Dams, Diversions, Dirty Water and Drought Put America’s Wildlife at Risk examines the ways that decreasing water quality and reduced water quantity threaten imperiled species in ten important ecosystems across the United States.

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