Drought In California Takes A Toll On Wildlife05:18
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As Californians look to the sky, fingers crossed for a wet winter, three brutally dry years have already created millions of victims: the animals that depend on meadows, streams and wetlands for survival. From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Daniel Potter of KQED reports on the toll that the drought is taking on California's wildlife.

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  • Daniel Potter, reporter for KQED. He tweets @hellodanpo.

This segment aired on December 1, 2014.

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