Colorado Parks & Wildlife work to save endangered state trout

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists set up a creekside laboratory along Bear Creek Tuesday to catch and spawn an endangered trout species.

The endangered species: the greenback cutthroat trout.

It was adopted as the state fish of Colorado back in 1994. The fish are native to the South Platte River drainage in northeast Colorado.

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