Salmon numbers in the Lagunitas Creek watershed are on track to meet the average of the last 17 years—a significant rebound from the low counts of recent years, Municipal Water District announced last week. District and community volunteer surveyors have already counted 160 federally endangered coho salmon and 80 redds, or spawning nests, in Lagunitas and San Geronimo . . .

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