The Klamath Basin is coming off a tough year. Farmers, ranchers, fish, birds — nobody had enough water. And the crisis — fueled by climate change, politics and water policy — doesn’t appear likely to resolve anytime soon. The two species of endangered suckers in Upper Klamath Lake are in the middle of the turmoil. … Despite being protected as an endangered species for more than 30 years, the numbers of shortnose and Lost River suckers have continued to decline. Only about 8,000 thousand shortnose suckers are left in the world.