TAP – Jan 22, 2020 – “The work wrapped up in October and the results are exciting — both for the fish and for the biologists who track them. “The level of spawning that we observed almost immediately after completion of the reclamation work was extraordinary,” said Jon Ewert, area aquatic biologist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. “We saw large spawning beds, indicating thousands of eggs at every tail of the newly constructed pools.””

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