Salmon

Why they're in trouble: 

The salmon – a celebrated symbol of the Pacific Northwest – faces threats that include habitat destruction, dams and pollution. All Pacific salmon rely on clean water and habitat, which are easily damaged by stream bank erosion from logging, vegetation removal from development and chemical pollution from urban and agricultural runoff. Dams used for hydropower can also block salmon migration, reduce important spawning habitat and create conditions that are favorable for salmon predators.

How to help Salmon:

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