Whirling disease found in the Bow River in Banff National Park


More cases of whirling disease have been found in Banff National Park,  this time in the Bow River, elevating concerns for southern Alberta’s fish populations.

Its confirmation in the upper Bow River could have major implications for Alberta’s fisheries — particularly because the Bow is known as one of the world’s top trout rivers.

LINK (via: The Calgary Herald)


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