Yellowstone In-Depth: Native Fish
Cultural History, Natural History, Wildlife
The health of Yellowstone’s native trout population has a direct impact throughout the ecosystem. The continued decline of the park’s native fish could be particularly devastating for birds of prey, the magnificent grizzly bear, and other wildlife species that specifically depend on native cutthroat as a vital food source. This two-day program will provide the opportunity to learn about Yellowstone's native fish population, specifically the Yellowstone cutthroat trout. Participants will meet with a variety of stakeholders involved with the restoration of the Yellowstone cutthroat population and eradication of Yellowstone's lake trout.
A portion of the proceeds from this class will go towards supporting the Native Fish Conservation Program.
Lodging is available but not included in the price of this program. If you are interested in booking lodging through Yellowstone Forever please contact email@example.com.
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