Pacific Salmon Beating Odds On Snake River

The most endangered run of Pacific salmon is beating the odds this summer. You can’t get any closer to extinction than Snake River sockeye salmon did last decade.  This is the Pacific Northwest run that gave us “Lonesome Larry,” so named because he was the one and only sockeye to complete the migration in 1992.

Tom Banse, Northwest News

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