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Upcoming Fisheries Work to Impact Virginia Cascades Drive, Nearby Trails

Removal of nonnative fish

Removal of nonnative fish from the upper Gibbon River drainage, which includes streams that flow out of Grebe, Wolf and Ice lakes, will cause some road and trail closures in Yellowstone National Park on September 2-13, 2019.

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Rotenone Usage To Target Nonnative Fish on Upper Gibbon River

Yellowstone cutthroat trout

The war on nonnative fish in Yellowstone National Park continues next week, as rotenone will be applied to the Upper Gibbon River drainage to kill off remove nonnative rainbow trout and brook trout.

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Yellowstone Biologists Will Start Nonnative Fish Removal in Upper Gibbon River

upper Gibbon River Norris Campground

Yellowstone staff will start a native fish reintroduction and nonnative fish elimination program on the upper Gibbon River in Yellowstone National Park Monday, August 21.

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Soda Butte Project Wrapping Up In A Week and a Half

Cutthroat_Trout_Spawning

Over the next week and a half, Park staff will be wrapping up the Soda Butte Project, removing brook trout from 28 miles of streams in and around Yellowstone.

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Plan to Restore Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout to Soda Butte Creek Approved

Cutthroat_Trout_Spawning

A plan to restore Yellowstone cutthroat trout into Soda Butte Creek has been approved for implementation.

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Arctic Grayling, Westslope Cutthroat Trout Restoration Underway In Grayling Creek

Arctic grayling

Grayling Creek will soon be living up to its namesake once with the reintroduction of Arctic grayling.

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Another Round of Yellowstone Stream Poisoning Begins Next Week

Yellowstone cutthroat trout

More Yellowstone stream poisoning is on tap next week, as the National Park Service implements another step in efforts to restore native cutthroat trout.

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Cutthroat Trout Restoration in Yellowstone’s Grayling Creek Begins

Cutthroat trout

The first step in Arctic grayling and native westslope cutthroat trout restoration in Yellowstone National Park’s Grayling Creek — removing non-native trout — begins this week.

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Restocking Yellowstone’s Goose Lake with Cutthroat Trout

Spawning Cutthroat Trout

Spawning Cutthroat TroutThe restoration of native fish in Yellowstone National Park is moving forward, as an effort is underway at Goose Lake and two nearby lakes to remove non-native Rainbow trout and then stock the lakes with genetically pure native Westslope cutthroat trout.

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