The newly released draft of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Bull Trout Recovery plan is open for public comment, and while reading the plan is simple, understanding the nuances of the prescribed future of one of Montana’s precious native species is a bit more difficult. As always, Montana Public Radio does an excellent job of covering the issue and has posted a great interview with Wade Fredenberg, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Bull Trout Coordinator on their website. Follow the link and take the five minutes of your day to listen to the story and get more informed on what has gone into the plan so far, and what the future holds for bull trout in Montana.
|These dudes work for like, the government I guess. They are kinda like the Lorax, but less hairy.|