David Briggs

Two science interns sampled fish in Lagunitas and Tomasini Creeks on Monday, adding their findings to the Point Reyes National Seashore’s databases of species in the recently restored Giacomini Wetlands: arrow and tidewater gobies, top smelt, three-spined sticklebacks, bay pipefish, surf perch and an even a sturgeon. Funding has run out for post-restoration monitoring in the . . .

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