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From the Field: Tagged brook trout reveal the pristine health of Maryland’s Savage River



April 23, 2012

Follow biologists as they track native brook trout in western Maryland’s Savage River, and learn why these fish are used to monitor the health of the freshwater streams that flow to the Chesapeake Bay.

Produced by Steve Droter

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