Perhaps a little sanity, or possibly some disregard for the warning signs? You decide. Owl Jones’ take on what he calls “The Dying Brook Trout Myth.” It’s true that brook trout are not “dying out.” But there are real pressures accumulating. Where that leaves any given effort at conservation is beyond my own unscientific non expertise. His thoughts are worth reading.
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2 thoughts on “Owl Jones: The Dying Brook Trout Myth”
he had a hissy fit about the democrats winning POTUS and took his toys and went home… seriously!
in other words, its a dead link.
Sorry, but I didn’t have a “hissy fit” about anything. LOL
PS – it’s 2023. How are the brook trout in the South doing about now? Better than ever, huh? Imagine that.