Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Gila Trout Rescue

Biologists retrieve threatened Gila trout from a stream in the Gila National Forest
in New Mexico. The movement of the fish is an effort to save them from the post-fire ravages
— choking floods of ash, soil and charred debris — expected to come with summer rains.
(KC Shedden/U.S. Forest Service/AP)
For the full story click HERE.

1 comment:

  1. Bravo. Good for them. The aftermath is always a mess.

    Mark

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