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Restoring to Zero

Since 1915, nearly 40 million non-native fish and eggs have been released into Banff National Park's watersheds. They have significantly altered aquatic ecosystems. In 2002, a team of Aquatic Specialists began removing non-native Brook trout from Banff's Devon Lakes. They are trying to return that aquatic ecosystem to its original fishless state.

Restoring to Zero Restoring to Zero
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Grey Owl’s Cabin Grey Owl’s Cabin
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Jasper Jasper
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Pacific Rim Pacific Rim
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Wapusk Wapusk
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