MARIN COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) -- December's heavy rains have brought a renewed hope for returning Coho Salmon.
A few decades ago the Coho salmon could be seen spawning almost anywhere, now they're down to roughly 250 pairs and that makes them special. They're a native species battling for survival just inches beneath the flowing waters of Lagunitas Creek.
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Heavy rain renews hope for Coho Salmon