In northwestern Washington State in late August, the pen of an enormous salmon farm off Cypress Island collapsed. Over three hundred thousand Atlantic salmon, non-native to the northwestern Pacific coast, were at risk of escaping, and tens of thousands of the fish had already ended up into Puget Sound. Such in-ocean fish farms pose risks to the native wildlife, even more so when the farm-raised fish escape from the farms. In California, biologists and conservationists at UC Davis and the California Trout conservation program released a report which concluded that 23 species and subspecies of California salmon and trout are at risk to go extinct within a hundred years. There are 31 genetically distinct salmon and trout found along the California coast, and climate change, dams, and agriculture are listed as the major threats to their existence.