The flatbed truck with a green aquatics tank arrived at the trailhead at 9 a.m., carrying 900 genetically pure Yellowstone cutthroat trout.
Bucket by bucket, technicians with Wyoming Game and Fish carried the trout to the banks of Dead Indian Creek, a fast-running tributary that feeds the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River.
Monday"s release marks an ongoing effort by state biologists to restore Yellowstone cutthroat to native waters across the greater Yellowstone ecosystem, including Dead Indian Creek.
LINK (Via: The Billings Gazette)
I'm gearing up for a Sierra trip next week and have been thinking about relaxing. Thinking about relaxing made me think about this pic.
Well, not exactly.
LEWISTON, Idaho -- A section of a northern Idaho river remains clogged with huge rolls of unprocessed toilet paper after a semi-trailer accident last week. Read on at KTVB.com
The TP spill occured along Highway 12, the same corridor Exxon Mobile wants to use for their megaloads.