Rain Brings Reprieve, but the Drought Carries On

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Cattle grazing on the yellowing and dried-out hillsides of Wildcat Canyon Regional Park in Richmond, Calif., at sunset on Tuesday, July 27, 2021. The wildlife in the canyon and throughout the state are threatened with dwindling water reserves because of the severe drought conditions that have hit the San Francisco Bay Area this year. (Joyce Tsai/KQED)

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