Grayling: "But There Are Millions In Canada!"

Justin Ringsak, a Butte, Montana native, talks about why having fluvial grayling in Montana is important and what we give up when we accept “globalizing” species protection. “The bottom line is this: I’m glad that fluvial grayling are doing great in Canada. But they are a part of Montana, and I don’t want to see Montana delimbed willy-nilly because of the actions of ‘civilization’, especially not because one politico middle manager with a bad attitude decided to turn 10 years of sound science on its head.” In New West.

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