Comeback tale of the westslope cutthroat trout: A fresh controversy arises

By | May 28, 2018

Biologists from Fish, Wildlife & Parks and Turner Endangered Species Fund look at a mature westslope cutthroat trout May 18 caught from Cherry Creek located south of Four Corners. Scientists on the project consider the collaborative project between state and private entities to restock the native species a success, but it took over a decade to complete. FWP is proposing a similar project on French Creek near Wise River. Meagan Thompson, The Montana Standard

The Missoulian has a story that begins… As mist moves over the foothills of Ted Turner’s Flying D ranch, the bison that linger and roam in the rain stand out as an obvious indicator that this native species has found a refuge on this 175-square-mile spread southwest of Bozeman and northeast of Ennis. Read the full article here.

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