Comeback tale of the westslope cutthroat trout: A fresh controversy arises

As mist moves over the foothills of Ted Turner’s Flying D ranch, the bison that linger and roam in the rain stand out as an obvious indicator that this native species has found a refuge on this 175-square-mile spread southwest of Bozeman and northeast of Ennis.

It takes a little more effort to discover that another native Montana species is inhabiting this massive — and private — landscape: westslope cutthroat trout.

LINK (via: The Montana Standard)

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