Fisheries technicians wade into the Tuolumne River to check a rotary “screw-trap” as they count salmon migrating down the river to the Bay and beyond.
Fisheries technicians wade into the Tuolumne River to check a rotary “screw-trap” as they count salmon migrating down the river to the Bay and beyond. File Modesto Bee
Fisheries technicians wade into the Tuolumne River to check a rotary “screw-trap” as they count salmon migrating down the river to the Bay and beyond. File Modesto Bee

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