Snake River Cutthroat Study: Spawning Diversity Habitat, Connectivity Key To Conservation Efforts

Very few rivers are still intact enough to study the full life history diversity of resident fish, but at least one population of Snake River finespotted cutthroat trout in Grand Teton National Park is intact enough to give clues as to which patterns of diversity should be targets of conservation efforts, according to a study published this summer.

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