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Warming Rivers Dying Fish

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

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In this photo provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, a hatchery truck unloads juvenile Chinook salmon from the Iron Gate Fish Hatchery, Siskiyou County, Calif., into the Fall Creek facility on July 7, 2021. Baby salmon are dying in the thousands in one river and an entire run of endangered salmon could be wiped out in the blistering heat waves and drought in the U.S. Recently California fish and wildlife officials decided not to release more than 1 million hatchery-raised baby chinook salmon into the wild, and instead drove them to several hatcheries that could host them until Klamath River conditions improve. (Travis VanZant/CDFW via AP)​

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

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FILE - In this June 8, 2021, file photo, a dead chinook salmon floats in a fish trap on the lower Klamath River in Weitchpec, Calif. Baby salmon are dying by the thousands in one California river, and an entire run of endangered salmon could be wiped out in another. Fishermen who make their living off adult salmon, once they enter the Pacific Ocean, are sounding the alarm as blistering heat waves and extended drought in the U.S. West raise water temperatures and imperil fish from Idaho to California. (AP Photo/Nathan Howard, File)

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

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In this photo provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, juvenile Chinook salmon swim in a raceway at Iron Fish Gate Hatchery, Siskiyou County, Calif., before their relocation on July 7, 2021. Baby salmon are dying in the thousands in one river and an entire run of endangered salmon could be wiped out in another due to the blistering heat waves and extended drought in the U.S. West. Recently California fish and wildlife officials decided not to release more than 1 million hatchery-raised baby chinook salmon into the wild, and instead drove them to several hatcheries that could host them until Klamath River conditions improve. (Travis VanZant/CDFW via AP)​

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

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In this photo provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, juvenile Chinook salmon flow through a tube toward a hatchery truck at the Iron Gate Fish Hatchery, Siskiyou County, Calif., before their relocation on July 7, 2021. Recently California fish and wildlife officials decided not to release more than 1 million hatchery-raised baby chinook salmon into the wild, and instead drove them to several hatcheries that could host them until Klamath River conditions improve. (Travis VanZant/CDFW via AP)​

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

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In this photo provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, juvenile Chinook salmon are herded by CDFW staff in a raceway at the Iron Gate Fish Hatchery, in Siskiyou County, Calif., prior to their loading and relocation on July 7, 2021. Baby salmon are dying in the thousands in one river and an entire run of endangered salmon could be wiped out in another due to excessive heat and extended drought in the U.S. West. Recently California fish and wildlife officials decided not to release more than 1 million hatchery-raised baby chinook salmon into the wild, and instead drove them to several hatcheries that could host them until Klamath River conditions improve. (Travis VanZant/CDFW via AP)​

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

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In this photo provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, a juvenile Chinook salmon leaps from the raceway at the Iron Gate Fish Hatchery, Siskiyou County, Calif., July 7, 2021. Baby salmon are dying in the thousands in one river and an entire run of endangered salmon could be wiped out in another due to blistering heat waves and extended drought in the U.S. West. Recently California fish and wildlife officials decided not to release more than 1 million hatchery-raised baby chinook salmon into the wild, and instead drove them to several hatcheries that could host them until Klamath River conditions improve. (Travis VanZant/CDFW via AP)​

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

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FILE - In this June 8, 2021, file photo, a fish trap used to catch and document the health of salmon floats in the lower Klamath River in Weitchpec, Calif. Baby salmon are dying by the thousands in one California river, and an entire run of endangered salmon could be wiped out in another. Fishermen who make their living off adult salmon, once they enter the Pacific Ocean, are sounding the alarm as blistering heat waves and extended drought in the U.S. West raise water temperatures and imperil fish from Idaho to California. (AP Photo/Nathan Howard, File)

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

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In this photo provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, is the Klamath River just below Iron Gate Dam in Siskiyou County, Calif., on July 8, 2021. Baby salmon are dying in the thousands in one river and an entire run of endangered salmon could be wiped out in another as blistering heat waves and extended drought in the U.S. West raise water temperatures and imperil fish from Idaho to California. (Travis VanZant/CDFW via AP)​

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

Warming Rivers Dying Fish

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In this photo provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, hatchery workers pump juvenile Chinook salmon into a hatchery truck at the Iron Gate Fish Hatchery in Siskiyou County, Calif. before their relocation on July 7, 2021. Recently California fish and wildlife officials decided not to release more than 1 million hatchery-raised baby chinook salmon into the wild, and instead drove them to several hatcheries that could host them until Klamath River conditions improve. (Travis VanZant/CDFW via AP)​