Rangewide Bull Trout eDNA project update: New results posted to online database for distribution

Thursday, June 22, 2017

The latest results from the Rangewide Bull Trout eDNA project, led by the U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, are now available online. There are now results from ~3,000 sites in 5 different states online for your perusal & use as you see fit. The sites were sampled last summer by an army of volunteers from resource agencies and private groups interested in better resolving bull trout distributions. Highlights associated with this database update include finding a few new bull trout populations along the west side of the Bitterroot Basin in Montana and a few new ones in some Wenatchee River tributaries.


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