Native fish reintroduction project begins on Yellowstone’s upper Gibbon River


Starting next week, Yellowstone National Park staff will take action to eliminate non-native rainbow trout, brook trout and lake-dwelling grayling from the upper Gibbon River drainage. After the action is complete, biologists will reintroduce native fish species to the upper Gibbon River drainage.

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