An estimated 2,343 coho salmon smolt migrated this spring from Olema Creek, an amount lower than last year but double what was expected, according to the Point Reyes National Seashore. Though an average number compared to all years since the park started trapping smolt in 2004 to collect data, the pleasantly surprising number indicates to biologists that the . . .

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