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Marci Koski, fish biologist at the Columbia River Fisheries Program Office presents an overview of the Clackamas River Bull Trout Reintroduction program. USFWS and a number of partners have been working to monitor and evaluate the health of donor bull trout stocks, effectiveness of their reintroduction and the potential impacts on other anadromous salmonids. With the monitoring program so far a success the goal is to begin the reintroduction of this listed fish species to the Clackamas River.

Last updated: November 17, 2011

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