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Outdoor Q&A: Is CDFW doing anything to improve the genetic diversity of planted rainbow trout?

Outdoor Q&A: Is CDFW doing anything to improve the genetic diversity of planted rainbow trout?

Steelhead planted Rainbow trout swims in the Russian river. (CDFW) Q: Is the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) doing anything to improve the genetic diversity of planted rainbow trout? A: Yes. CDFW follows Hatchery Science Review Panel recommendations, biological advice requirements, and works with partner fisheries management agencies to develop Hatchery Genetic Management …

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There's No Doubt Drought Is Stressing Fish And Wildlife - So Says ODFW's Animated "Singing Trout" - KTVZ

There’s No Doubt Drought Is Stressing Fish And Wildlife – So Says ODFW’s Animated “Singing Trout” – KTVZ

SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) — During droughts, fish and wildlife are stressed. Ongoing drought conditions may adversely affect Oregon’s fish and wildlife. While part of Oregon enjoyed a wet spring and early summer, parts of the state are still experiencing significant drought (including southeastern Oregon and parts southwestern, central and northeastern Oregon). Extreme temperatures and heat …

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