About the Ebook
Through words and pictures this book tells their story. The book takes a timely and unique look at coho along the central coast of California - with the clear goal of raising public awareness in their fight against the increasing odds of extinction.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Nature / Wildlife
- Version Fixed-layout ebook, 64 pgs
- Publish Date: Mar 02, 2013
- Last Edit Jan 18, 2020
- Language English
- Keywords ecosystems, communities, fishing, conservation, restoration, creeks, coastal, species, endangered, salmon, coho, California
Michael Carl is a lifelong angler as well as a freelance writer and photographer. As a native Californian who has lived in the Sierras, the Central Valley, and on the Coast, he's fished most of California's rivers and caught all the state's unique species of trout. His writing and photography have been published in Alaska, American Angler, Bay Nature, Earth Island Journal, Fly Fisherman, Northwest Fly Fishing, Outdoor Life, Salon, Smithsonian Ocean Portal, Southwest Fly Fishing, and TROUT. He lives in Half Moon Bay, California with his wife Debbie and a coonhound named Walker.