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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