Bull Trout Commitment
AWR's logo reflects our commitment to the bull troutyou can see
the mighty bull and its terrestrial counterpart, the grizzly, in our logo
in the upper right corner of this page. We chose the bulls and bears theme
because these two animals are key indicator species in the Wild Rockies...
their presence indicates healthy wildland ecosystems.
Critical Habitat Designation
The USFWS has released the draft rule for Critical Habitat
Designation for Bull Trout.
New lawsuit filed over bull trout habitat, 1/06/2006
· Press Release
· PDF of Legal Complaint
· 2 News Articles
Habitat Announcement, 9/23/2005
Surprise... Bad News for the Bull Trout! 2004
Critical habitat designations for the threatened
Bull Trout slashed by more than 90%!
Sue Government for Illegally Cutting Bull Trout Habitat
December 15, 2004 Release
Groups Challenge Government for Eliminating Bull Trout Critical Habitat.
October 6, 2004
Round of Bull Trout Critical Habitat Proposals are a Mixed Bag of Science
From AWR's Fall 2004 Networker, by Mike Bader
on the plans...
critical habitat proposal would affect 10 percent of rivers in the Northwest,
Associated Press, November 15, 2002
maps bull trout habitat involving 10% of region's rivers
The Oregonian, November 15, 2002
Trout critical habitat outlined, The
Missoulian, November 15, 2002
proposes critical habitat for bull trout, The Daily Inter Lake
November 15, 2002
trout: Feds propose critical habitat, recovery plan The Ravalli
Republic, November 14, 2002
Bull Trout Information
A Quick Background
Map of Bull Trout range
Bull Trout pictures
Special Report #9: The Bull Trout for more detailed information
on bull trout. Some of the information in this report is out-of-date,
but it still serves as an important background piece.
Federal Court Ruling Halts
Diversion To Protect Bull Trout, November
Bull Trout Listed,
an account of AWR's successful campaign.
dates and events in the history of the Bull Trout listing
AWR thanks all those who have assisted over the years with the bull trout
campaign. We need to keep working to save the bull trout and recover the
watersheds of the Northwest. Contact
AWR to learn what you can do to help this ongoing work.