Crews survey fish on lower Dolores River, discard bass

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Crews survey fish on lower Dolores River, discard bass

Water scoured channel, improved habitat on lower Dolores River
Biologist Eric Gardunio displays the easily identifiable mouth of a bluehead sucker, with its very pronounced scraping ridge.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologist Jim White holds a large flannelmouth sucker caught in the lower Dolores River.
A roundtail chub is one of the native fish of the Dolores River.
Non-native white suckers were found in Slick Rock Canyon during this year’s fish survey on the Dolores River. They’re a problem because they hybridize with native suckers.
Desert bighorn sheep could be seen along the lower Dolores River this year.
A flannelmouth is scanned for a Passive Integrated Transponder tag.

Crews survey fish on lower Dolores River, discard bass

Biologist Eric Gardunio displays the easily identifiable mouth of a bluehead sucker, with its very pronounced scraping ridge.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologist Jim White holds a large flannelmouth sucker caught in the lower Dolores River.
A roundtail chub is one of the native fish of the Dolores River.
Non-native white suckers were found in Slick Rock Canyon during this year’s fish survey on the Dolores River. They’re a problem because they hybridize with native suckers.
Desert bighorn sheep could be seen along the lower Dolores River this year.
A flannelmouth is scanned for a Passive Integrated Transponder tag.
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