Patagonia The Imperiled Cutthroat

Patagonia The Imperiled Cutthroat
Patagonia The Imperiled Cutthroat
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The Imperiled Cutthroat by Patagonia
Yellowstone National Park became the world's first national park on March 1st, 1872. This establishment would forever alter the course of wild spaces and how we, the safekeepers of those spaces, would look after them. Patagonia's The Imperiled Cuthroat: Tracing The Fate Of Yellowstone's Native Trout details the park's history, varied landscapes, wildlife, and the people that are inextricably linked to its survival. Perhaps more importantly, though, this travelogue brings forward the story of the Yellowstone cutthroat trout, offering you an intimate relationship with its discovery, biology, slow decline, appeal, and now uncertain future. Writer Greg French endeavors you, the reader, to heed the cautionary tale of the Yellowstone cutthroat trout and in turn draws comparisons to other prominent fishing backdrops such as: New Zealand, Europe, and Australia.

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