Bacterial Outbreak Forces Euthanization Of 3.2 Million Fish At California Hatcheries

Three California Department of Fish and Wildlife fish hatchery facilities in the eastern Sierra and Southern California have been battling a bacterial outbreak that has affected 3.2 million fish. Last week, after consultation with fish pathology experts and exhausting all avenues of treatment, CDFW announced that the fish, which are all trout, at the affected facilities must be euthanized in order to stop the spread of the outbreak.

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