Thanks to high winds and heavy rains creating favorable conditions for salmon survival this year, Marin saw the second largest coho salmon migration in over a decade. An estimated 22,000 smolts left the Lagunitas Creek watershed for the ocean, and monitors saw high numbers of adult salmon coming from the ocean to spawn in freshwater. “The coho salmon run . . .

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