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2022-2024 News Releases

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  • March 2, 2024
An underwater photo of fall-run Chinook salmon juveniles at the Fall Creek Fish Hatchery site in Siskiyou County.

CDFW announced today that fall-run Chinook salmon fry released for the first time from its Fall Creek Fish Hatchery in Siskiyou County are presumed to have succumbed to gas bubble disease in the Klamath River.

Categories: Environment, Fisheries, Hatcheries, Klamath Basin, Salmon
  • February 29, 2024
Orange sunset over marshes and water

The March calendar of events is now available.

Categories: Calendar
  • February 20, 2024
California Fish and Game logo.

At its February meeting, the California Fish and Game Commission acted on several issues affecting California’s natural resources. The following are just a few items of interest from this month’s meeting held in Sacramento, with an option for the public to join via Zoom.

Categories: FGC, Fisheries, Fishing, Klamath Basin
  • February 16, 2024
An aerial overview of the Camatta Ranch grasslands in San Luis Obispo County.

The Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) provided a $10.3 million grant to The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County (LCSLO) to protect approximately 27,500 acres of grassland, blue oak savannah, shrubland and riparian corridors. The work will protect habitat for 299 animal species and 250 native plant species, including Camatta Canyon amole plant, San Joaquin kit fox, Bell’s vireo and blunt-nosed leopard lizard among others.

Categories: Rare Species, WCB, Wildlife, Wildlife Conservation Board
  • February 16, 2024
A black bear walks a Forest Service dirt road.

In recent weeks, misinformation about black bears has been circulating online and on flyers posted throughout the Lake Tahoe community. With all this information swirling, it can be challenging to tell inaccurate information from facts – supported by science. The Tahoe Interagency Bear Team (TIBT) is here to help!

Categories: Bears, Education, Environment, Human Wildlife Conflict

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