West Slope Cut-Throat

Christopher Barker

Conifer, United States

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A small cut-throat trout is placed in a vial for research purposes during a study of one of the tributaries of Grayling Creek in Yellowstone National Park. The Fish Restoration research team was exploring the head waters of the creek taking samples and doing information gathering to determine whether or not this particular creek would be suitable to re-stock with native Yellowstone West Slope Cut-Throat Trout and Arctic Grayling. The research is still being conducted and the outcome has yet to be determined.

All proceeds from the sale of this work will go to the Fish Restoration Projects of Yellowstone.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

September 2009

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