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Bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) swimming in the Bighorn Creek, in the Wigwam River drainage in British Columbia. This is one of the last, best places for spawning of the vulnerable (ICUN) and federally-threatened bull trout, and is part of the Kootenay River system, which sees an annual migration of bull trout from Lake Koocanusa, some fifty miles away. The fish prefer very cold water of 40 degrees or so in order to spawn, and the springs in this area provide that. Ram Creek flows into the Wigwam, and between the two of them they support some 5,000 bull trout.

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Cinnabar moth (Tyria jacobaeae) at the Trinity Western University.

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Cinnabar moth (Tyria jacobaeae) at the Trinity Western University.

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Giant pacific barnacle (Balanus nubilus) at the Trinity Western University.

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Lined chiton (Tonicella lineata) at the Trinity Western University.

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Lined chiton (Tonicella lineata) at the Trinity Western University.

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Eccentric sand dollar (Dendraster excentricus) at the Trinity Western University.

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Eccentric sand dollar (Dendraster excentricus) at the Trinity Western University.

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Eighteen-scaled worm (Halosydna brevisetosa) at the
Trinity Western University.

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Eighteen-scaled worm (Halosydna brevisetosa) at the
Trinity Western University.

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Northern feather duster worm (Eudistylia vancouveri) at the Trinity Western University.

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Northern feather duster worm (Eudistylia vancouveri) at the Trinity Western University.

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Oregon forestsnail (Allogona townsendiana) at the Trinity Western University.

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Oregon forestsnail (Allogona townsendiana) at the Trinity Western University.

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White-lipped snail (Cepaea hortensis) at the Trinity Western University.

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White-lipped snail (Cepaea hortensis) at the Trinity Western University.

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Grove snail (Cepaea nemoralis) at the Trinity Western University.

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Grove snail (Cepaea nemoralis) at the Trinity Western University.

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Pacific sideband snails (Monadenia fidelis) at the Trinity Western University.

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Pacific sideband snail (Monadenia fidelis) at the Trinity Western University.

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Pacific sideband snail (Monadenia fidelis) at the Trinity Western University.

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Four-spotted skimmer (Libellula quadrimaculata) at the
Trinity Western University.

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Pacific forktail damselfly (Ischnura cervula) at the Trinity Western University.

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Pacific forktail damselfly (Ischnura cervula) at the Trinity Western University.

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Pacific forktail damselfly (Ischnura cervula) at the Trinity Western University.

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Blue dasher (Pachydiplax longipennis) at the Trinity Western University.

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Blue dasher (Pachydiplax longipennis) at the Trinity Western University.

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Four-spotted skimmer (Libellula quadrimaculata) at the
Trinity Western University.

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Elm sawfly (Cimbex americana) at the Trinity Western University.

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Elm sawfly (Cimbex americana) at the Trinity Western University.

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Bull trout swim 50 miles upstream from Lake Koocanusa to spawn in the Wigwam River drainage.

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Bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) swimming in the Bighorn Creek, in the Wigwam River drainage in British Columbia. This is one of the last, best places for spawning of the vulnerable (ICUN) and federally-threatened bull trout, and is part of the Kootenay River system, which sees an annual migration of bull trout from Lake Koocanusa, some fifty miles away. The fish prefer very cold water of 40 degrees or so in order to spawn, and the springs in this area provide that.

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Spruce grouse at Knight Inlet, British Columbia, Canada.

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A female sockeye salmon guards her nest in the Kennedy River on Vancouver Island, BC.

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The red-legged frog, a species of special concern, in Clayoquot Sound, BC, Canada.

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The red-legged frog, a species of special concern, in Clayoquot Sound, BC, Canada.

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