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  • Bull trout get some help

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agrees to designate critical habitat for the threatened bull trout.

  • Tribe calls dam a trout trap

    In Montana, the Blackfeet Tribe wants to remove a dam on the reservation that is killing endangered St. Mary's River bull trout.

  • Yellowstone wolves are here to stay

    The 10th Circuit Court overturns a controversial ruling and decrees that the 300 transplanted wolves in Yellowstone National Park were not illegally reintroduced.

  • Bulldozers roll in Tucson

    In Tucson, conservationists are angry and the Amphitheater school distrct is rejoicing over the decision to build a new high school in endangered pygmy-owl habitat.

  • A river too warm

    Environmentalists say that warm wastewater from a pulp and paper mill in Lewiston, Idaho, is harmful to endangered salmon, steelhead and bull trout in the Snake River.

  • Score one for the owl

    A federal judge clamps down on permits for new development in and around Tucson, Ariz., to protect habitat for the endangered cactus ferruginous pygmy-owl.

  • The least of these

    The federal Fish and Game Service has been working successfully with Utah state agencies to restore the least chub without ever having it listed under the Endangered Species Act.

  • Poisoning a stream back to life

    A plan to avoid listing the westslope cutthroat trout as an endangered species would poison a stream to kill all its non-native fish; Cherry Creek runs across Ted Turner's Montana ranch, but opposition to it and Turner, who favors the plan, has arisen.

  • A peculiar fish gets a second chance

    The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks hopes to restore the disappearing fluvial Arctic grayling to five rivers in the state.

  • Not such a cold fish

    The Bureau of Reclamation plans to send warmer water through Glen Canyon Dam to make the river more tolerable for the endangered humpback chub.

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