Two hundred juvenile coho were plucked from Redwood Creek on Wednesday morning, to be reared in captivity in an effort to prevent their extirpation from the creek. Despite restoration projects that began in 2009 to create more floodplain and fish habitat there, annual numbers of adult coho in the waterway have fallen into single digits in the last few . . .

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