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  • ... notion that Southern California's Mojave River has a native fish a bit surprising. After all, for most of its 110-mile run ... chub is no exception. According to the US Fish and Wildlife Service's recovery plan for the Mohave tui chub , ...
  • ... LicenseThe politics of large public-lands solar projects in the California Desert seem to be heating up a bit, as this past weekend ... project would pose unacceptable potential impacts to the wildlife of the Mojave National Preserve, right next door. The potential ...
  • ... and eating grounds for walking, flying, and swimming wildlife alike. Native American tribes hunted some of the animals for food and harvested some ... -- thus recharging underground aquifers or sending it back to sea -- and every other living thing in it thrived ...
  • ... Preserve and the Soda Mountains Wilderness Study Area, in an area that some describe as "core" undeveloped Mojave Desert habitat ... or federal endangered species laws. Still, the California Native Plant Society (CNPS) includes both on their list of rare native ...
  • ... on December 31, may bring spring-run Chinook salmon back to the San Joaquin River system for the first time in more than ... the San Joaquin was such a death trap for salmon that wildlife managers put an electric fence across the river to make sure ... a dead zone for all things aquatic. A little bit of good news to start the year. ...
  • ... potential effects on desert bighorn sheep and other wildlife , prompted strong statements of opposition at a Sierra Club-sponsored ... deep enough pockets to risk pushing it through, so it came back to life." The project would also abut the Soda Mountains Wilderness ...
  • ... wouldn't dry out too quickly for the juveniles to swim back to permanent water. But in the last 150 years, we've diked off most ... likely have prevented such isolation. None of this is news to fisheries folk. Concern about the decline of Sacramento splittail was ...
  • ... only native pigeon species is dying, and the state's wildlife agency has suggested putting away bird feeders for the winter to ... to be larger than rock doves, with a white crescent on the back of their necks, and lacking the wing bars that most rock doves ...
  • The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has closed rivers and creeks to fishing from ... swimming downstream to freshwater lakes and then back into cold trout streams to spawn. Steelhead may be in a slightly ...
  • ... tortilla. I see people catching fish , some throw them back . They asked me to warm up some of their flour tortillas for them." "I ... and made one arrest, according to the department's news blog. The article went on to say that besides fishing without a ...

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