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  • Whirling disease hits Yellowstone

    Yellowstone National Park’s cutthroat trout, already threatened by illegally introduced lake trout, are now facing increasing danger from whirling disease

  • Energy bill is no good for fish

  • Extinction – by the clock

    Montana’s two varieties of sturgeon, the white and the pallid, have just been given an expiration date, and human beings should be paying more attention to this extinction

  • Extinction — by the clock

    Ben Long celebrates and mourns the 1,500-pound sturgeon, a dinosaur cousin on a fast track to extinction.

  • Sound science goes sour

    Federal scientists are facing increasing pressure from bureaucrats and politicians, and some are blowing the whistle on what is happening in their agencies – among them biologist Michael Kelly of the National Marine Fisheries Service.

  • Parasite could help save salmon

    Listing lampreys under the Endangered Species Act could help preserve habitat for salmon

  • Catch 22

    A plan to restore native pikeminnow and sucker to the San Juan River in New Mexico may end up destroying a world-class trout fishery.

  • Golden trout swimming in troubled waters

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering whether to list the disappearing golden trout, California's state fish, as endangered.

  • We'd like 2,387 salmon and a Pepsi, please

    A report from the National Marine Fisheries Service suggests exact numbers of wild salmon and steelhead needed in each tributary of the Columbia for removal from the endangered species list.

  • Salmon poison

    Ten years after being given federal protection under the Endangered Species Act, Pacific salmon still swim in pesticide-laced water, says a report by the Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides.

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