California's native fish are in hot water. We've already lost one species - the Bull trout, last seen on the McCloud River in 1975. It's gone, forever. No bull.
A recently released study by CalTrout and UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences finds that 14 of the remaining 31 species are facing extinction in the next 50 years if we don't change course. #Nobull.
The good news is that the report also provides solutions. We’ve created a plan for how we can return our salmon, steelhead, and trout to resilience. But we can't do it without you. With your help, we'll scale up our efforts to protect strongholds, restore and protect headwaters, and reinstate wild fish in working landscapes. Together, we can stop more species from going the way of the bull trout. Learn more and download a copy of "SOS II: Fish in Hot Water" on our website: caltrout.org/sos