California EcoAtlas: https://www.ecoatlas.org/regions/ecoregion/bay-delta
Provides interactive, detailed maps and spatial information of aquatic resources (streams, wetlands, riparian areas, and special habitats), made available as data layers. Also a tracking tool for restoration project activity.
California Salmon Snapshots (The Nature Conservancy): http://www.casalmon.org/salmon-snapshots
Offers "snapshots" of 55 California watersheds. Each snapshop provides a map of current distribution and potential habitat (once restored) for native salmon and steelhead, as well as a summary of the status and trends of salmonid populations based on monitoring data provided by various entities.
CalTrout. SOS II: Fish in Hot Water. https://caltrout.org/sos/
Very rich resource with information regarding the status of native salmon, steelhead, and trout, including their diversity, distribution, habitat, behavior, and current threats to survival.
Higgins, D. 2013. Steelhead in the Classroom: California Salmon and Trout: Our Natural Heritage. Redwood Empire Chapter Trout Unlimited. http://salmoninschools.net/CST.html
Lufkin, A. 1990. California’s salmon and steelhead: The struggle to restore an imperiled resource. University of California Press. http://publishing.cdlib.org/ucpressebooks/view?docId=ft209nb0qn;brand=uc...
NOAA Fisheries Salmon Activities. https://www.westcoast.fisheries.noaa.gov/education/salmon_activities.html
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Fish Eggs to Fry Education Resources: http://www.dfw.state.or.us/fish/STEP/resources-education.asp
Seasons in the Sea. http://www.seasonsinthesea.com/
The Stream Scene: Watersheds, Wildlife and People. https://digital.osl.state.or.us/islandora/object/osl:55245