Cutthroat trout going native in waters of its past

Dan Kowalski, aquatic biologist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, releases some of the 250 or so native cutthroat trout recently introduced in Woods Lake near Telluride.



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Dan Kowalski, aquatic biologist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, releases some of the 250 or so native cutthroat trout recently introduced in Woods Lake near Telluride.

A plan to increase the range of native cutthroat trout in the San Juan Mountains has accomplished a critical step with the recent stocking of 250 cutthroat trout in Woods Lake southwest of…




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