Basin redband trout

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  • That report suggested that the Great Basin redband trout was probably the only species native to the lake.
  • The most common type of fish in the lake are trout, especially Great Basin redband trout.
  • It is part of the nation's first Great Basin redband trout reserve, established by Congress in 2000.
  • There are thirteen Oregon streams and six California streams with Great Basin redband trout populations.
  • By 1994, the Great Basin redband trout was being considered for protection under the Endangered Species Act.
  • Brook, rainbow, and native Great Basin redband trout are found in the Williamson River in this area.
  • The river provides habitat for many species of wildlife including an adfluvial (migratory) and resident populations of native Great Basin redband trout.
  • Hart Lake's native fish species include the Warner sucker, tui chub, and Great Basin redband trout.
  • The Great Basin redband trout is native to drainages in south central Oregon east of the Cascade range, extreme north east California and extreme north west Nevada.
  • Great Basin redband trout and coastal rainbow trout are species, both rainbow trout subspecies, native to the Klamath basin.
  • Great Basin redband trout, rainbow trout, and bull trout inhabit the river above Beulah Reservoir.
  • The wilderness area is home to a small population of threatened bull trout, as well as Great Basin redband trout, bobcat, river otter, and bighorn sheep.
  • The native fish are tui chub, Lahontan cutthroat trout, and Great Basin redband trout.
  • Conservation activities in the area have been shown to benefit the Great Basin redband trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss newberrii) as well as the sucker.
  • Some species of fish in the Middle Fork of the Malheur River include bull trout, Great Basin redband trout, and rainbow trout.
  • Nevada has four native game fish: Lahontan and Bonneville cutthroat trout, Great Basin redband trout, bull trout and mountain whitefish.
  • The river provides habitat for many species of wildlife including native Great Basin redband trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss newberri) a subspecies of rainbow trout.
  • The Great Basin redband trout is found in seven distinct basins in southeastern Oregon, and parts of California and Nevada on the periphery of the Great Basin.
  • Malheur and Harney lakes have reduced access by Great Basin redband trout due to irrigation diversions, channelization, draining of marshlands and high alkalinities.
  • The Donner und Blitzen system, including Little Blitzen River, provides habitat for a unique population of Great Basin redband trout, protected in the nation's first-ever redband trout reserve.
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