Colorado River Cutthroat "Not Endangered"

“The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declined to give the Colorado River cutthroat trout federal protection Wednesday, ending an eight-year debate over one of only three trout species native to Colorado.” Conservations argue that researchers are just doing a better job of finding Colorado River cutthroat populations, but the USFWS says that the fish is in no danger of extinction. John Ingold in the Denver Post.

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