Survey of Animas River fish looks promising

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Survey of Animas River fish looks promising

Another survey planned for week of Aug. 22
Matt Thorpe, Colorado Parks and Wildlife area wildlife manager, prepares to float down the Animas River on Thursday to survey the health of fish, insect and animal populations. Thorpe said he and a partner planned to send anything they found to a lab to have it analyzed.
Miquette Gerber, with the Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, holds up a sample of sediment Thursday afternoon taken from the 32nd Street put-in. Gerber said the sample would be analyzed at a lab.

Survey of Animas River fish looks promising

Matt Thorpe, Colorado Parks and Wildlife area wildlife manager, prepares to float down the Animas River on Thursday to survey the health of fish, insect and animal populations. Thorpe said he and a partner planned to send anything they found to a lab to have it analyzed.
Miquette Gerber, with the Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, holds up a sample of sediment Thursday afternoon taken from the 32nd Street put-in. Gerber said the sample would be analyzed at a lab.
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