Gila Trout Stage Comeback in New Mexico

Craig Springer of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service writes eloquently about the surprising recovery of the endangered Gila trout. It might not have happened without scientific advances in hatchery management and the dedication of those devoted to species preservation. “Gila trout are swimming expressions of antiquity, artifacts of epochs past. In their genes they carry a time capsule. Coiled in the double-helix of their DNA lies the lexis of the environment from which they sprung forth.” In the Albuquerque Tribune.

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