Implementation Plans for Bull Trout Recovery Available for Comment
Efforts to conserve bull trout are getting a boost with the release of the draft Recovery Unit Implementation Plans that will be part of a final recovery plan outlining the conservation actions needed to recover bull trout. The 45-day comment period closes July 20.
Email comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail comments to:
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Idaho Fish and Wildlife Office
Bull Trout Recovery Plan Comments
1387 S. Vinnell Way, Room 368
Boise, ID 83709
fax (208) 378-5262
phone (208) 378-5345
Images and Videos
Clackamas River Success Story
You have to see this! Watch rare footage of threatened bull trout as they're reintroduced to the Clackamas River in Oregon. It's hard not to imagine yourself here in the running water and lush forest with this iconic species.
Also, you can get high resolution photos of this iconic species.
Status Review Completed
The Fish and Wildlife Service completed it's last 5-year review of bull trout in 2008 and had two recommendations: 1) retain threatened status as currently listed; and 2) evaluate where distinct populations segments exit and merit the Endangered Species Act's protection.Learn More
Apex predator fights for its future in Western waters
Bull trout are the apex predator in the cold, clear waters of the western United States. They’re legendary with anglers and hold great importance to many Native American tribes.
There was a time when bull trout were wildly abundant in the six western states of Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada, Idaho and Montana. Unfortunately, that is not the case today.Learn More