Entire fishery wiped out by “catastrophic” mudslide

The “catastrophic” flash flooding and mudslides that occurred at the Black Hollow Creek confluence with the Poudre River last summer had deadly consequences for the area’s fish population and the Poudre River State Fish Hatchery, according to a report from Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW). This event added to the long list of impacts to the Cameron Peak fire.

LINK (via Out There Colorado)

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