Yellowstone Park Says it’s Winning Against Non-Native Fish

By | June 7, 2017

From FWP

Here’s an interesting article from the Flathead Beacon about Yellowstone’s battle against lake trout. It begins… Researchers trying to preserve native cutthroat trout in Yellowstone National Park say they are on track to eliminate non-native fish from Yellowstone Lake in about a decade. The National Park Service is trying to get rid of lake trout, which were discovered in Yellowstone Lake in 1994, the Powell Tribune in Wyoming reported. Lake trout is a voracious species that feeds on cutthroats. Read the full article here.

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