Native Adirondack trout?

Native Adirondack brook trout. Native? Yes. Trout? Char, actually. Photo: Wild Center, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Native Adirondack brook trout. Native? Yes. Trout? Char, actually. Photo: Wild Center, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

No such animal technically.

Four species of trout can be found in Adirondacks waters. Of the mix, two were introduced from the outside, one from Europe and one from the western United States. The two species which are native to the area are technically not trout at all, but relatives of the arctic char.

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