Native fish of Oregon’s High Desert, such as the Warner sucker, Foskett speckled dace and Hutton tui chub, thrive in healthy streams, lakes and springs. Some species exist only in certain places, such as the Borax Lake chub, which are only found in one 10-acre lake. However, these species have
faced numerous threats to their habitats. Join us to hear Alan Mauer, fish and wildlife biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, discuss the importance of these fish and some of the conservation actions that will aid in protecting their future.
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