Photos: New residents move into the Animas River

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Photos: New residents move into the Animas River

The Animas River receives a few more residents Wednesday, as Sarah Gump with the Durango Fish Hatchery empties a bucket of Colorado River cutthroat trout near the Ninth Street Bridge. Colorado Parks and Wildlife stocked about 31,000 fingerling cutthroat and Gunnison River rainbow trout throughout the river in Durango. The cutthroats should have a good chance at survival after runoff from the 416 Fire killed most of the predatory fish in the river in 2018.
The Durango Fish Hatchery stocks Gunnison River rainbow trout near the Ninth Street Bridge on Wednesday. Colorado Parks and Wildlife stocked about 31,000 fingerling cutthroat and Gunnison River rainbow trout throughout the river in Durango. The cutthroats should have a good chance at survival after runoff from the 416 Fire killed most of the predatory fish in the river in 2018.
The Animas River received a few more residents Wednesday, as Sarah Gump with the Durango Fish Hatchery empties a bucket of Colorado River cutthroat trout near the Ninth Street Bridge. Colorado Parks and Wildlife stocked about 31,000 fingerling cutthroat and Gunnison River rainbow trout throughout the river in Durango. The cutthroats should have a good chance at survival after runoff from the 416 Fire killed most of the predatory fish in the river in 2018.

Photos: New residents move into the Animas River

The Animas River receives a few more residents Wednesday, as Sarah Gump with the Durango Fish Hatchery empties a bucket of Colorado River cutthroat trout near the Ninth Street Bridge. Colorado Parks and Wildlife stocked about 31,000 fingerling cutthroat and Gunnison River rainbow trout throughout the river in Durango. The cutthroats should have a good chance at survival after runoff from the 416 Fire killed most of the predatory fish in the river in 2018.
The Durango Fish Hatchery stocks Gunnison River rainbow trout near the Ninth Street Bridge on Wednesday. Colorado Parks and Wildlife stocked about 31,000 fingerling cutthroat and Gunnison River rainbow trout throughout the river in Durango. The cutthroats should have a good chance at survival after runoff from the 416 Fire killed most of the predatory fish in the river in 2018.
The Animas River received a few more residents Wednesday, as Sarah Gump with the Durango Fish Hatchery empties a bucket of Colorado River cutthroat trout near the Ninth Street Bridge. Colorado Parks and Wildlife stocked about 31,000 fingerling cutthroat and Gunnison River rainbow trout throughout the river in Durango. The cutthroats should have a good chance at survival after runoff from the 416 Fire killed most of the predatory fish in the river in 2018.
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