Did you know a threatened fish species lives in our backyard creek?
Learn from Ladd Knotek, a Fish Wildlife and Parks fisheries biologist, about why Rattlesnake Creek constitutes important bull trout habitat, the cooperative ongoing efforts to remove and remediate passage barriers, and why concern for bull trout populations in the Rattlesnake still exists.
This is the September installment of our monthly Water Walks and Talks series. This lunchtime learning series is free and open to the public, and focuses on current issues happening in our watershed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Looking to get your feet wet for bulltrout in Rattlesnake Creek? Join our Rattlesnake fish passage volunteer project on September 22nd to ensure that bull trout can easily migrate up the creek.
WHEN & WHERE:
Friday, September 25
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Pineview Park, Missoula