Groups seek federal protections for Arctic grayling

Arctic grayling, which are native to the Upper Missouri River basin, are the focus of a lawsuit over federal management of the cold river-dwelling fish that are primarily restricted to the Big Hole River and Ruby River basins. Environmentalists allege the federal government has been overly optimistic in assessing the fish’s viability on the Big Hole River.

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