Tippets: Trout Vision, Kalamazoo Clean Up, Wild Steelhead on Menus
- From a technical look at the cone and rod formation of a fish’s eye, to how they see color and UV light underwater, check out a recent article by Louis Cahill on what and how trout see; it will add to your success on the water.
- Three and a half years ago, an Enbridge pipeline ruptured in Marshall, Michigan, leaking more than 843,000 gallons of diluted tar sands bitumen into the Kalamazoo River. But now, new questions are being posed about the chemicals used in clean up.
- In the past, wild steelhead were beginning to show up on restaurant menus in the Northwest. But Bellamy Pailthorp outlines why that movement is dying down, via NPR station KPLU.
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