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The back of an arctic grayling is seen being held in clear water

Draft Environmental Assessment for Arctic Grayling Conservation at Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. This document is available for review with a public comment period running February 28 - March 14, 2023. 

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Trumpeter swans in a courtship display on Lower Red Rock Lake at Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge.
Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge offers a unique experience being the largest wetland complex in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and where different wildlife habitats converge. The Refuge offers landscape beauty and wildlife viewing opportunities that few places can match. Come see for...
A bright blue sky obstructed by fluffy white clouds reflected off of a stream shot from inside a kayak
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service manages an unparalleled network of public lands and waters called the National Wildlife Refuge System. With more than 570 refuges spanning the country, this system protects iconic species and provides some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities on Earth.
An arctic grayling showing large, sail-like dorsal fin and colorful body markings.

Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) is a freshwater fish in the same family (Salmonidae) as salmon, trout, and whitefish. A distinctive morphological characteristic of this fish is its large, sail-like dorsal fin. Arctic grayling is an obligate cool- or cold-water species....

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