Here’s something even more inspiring than that rainbow trout story.

by Rebecca Schmitz

Ahhh, spring. It’s a marvelous time in the northern Rockies. It’s wonderful to see our fellow creatures–trout, wolf, waterfowl, grizzly bear–repopulate their historic range or return to Montana from their wintering grounds. Some creatures are even finding their ecological niche:

Former Sen. Conrad Burns has registered as a lobbyist

Isn’t it inspiring to watch nature at work?

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  1. LOL! that’s hilarious!

  2. petetalbot

    You’ve got your traveling trout, then you’ve got your bottom feeders.

  3. Ouch! Pete, that’s not kosher! ;-)




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