Landon Bailey, 10, of Prosser, investigates a Pacific Lamprey released into a tiny channel leading to the Yakima River during a release event Saturday. The Yakama Nation Fisheries released about 50 adult lampreys in a move to bolster their numbers and educate the public about their cultural and ecological significance to the Pacific Northwest.
Landon Bailey, 10, of Prosser, investigates a Pacific Lamprey released into a tiny channel leading to the Yakima River during a release event Saturday. The Yakama Nation Fisheries released about 50 adult lampreys in a move to bolster their numbers and educate the public about their cultural and ecological significance to the Pacific Northwest. Wendy Culverwell Tri-City Herald
Landon Bailey, 10, of Prosser, investigates a Pacific Lamprey released into a tiny channel leading to the Yakima River during a release event Saturday. The Yakama Nation Fisheries released about 50 adult lampreys in a move to bolster their numbers and educate the public about their cultural and ecological significance to the Pacific Northwest. Wendy Culverwell Tri-City Herald

Learning to love the (Pacific) lamprey

April 08, 2017 06:44 PM

UPDATED April 08, 2017 07:18 PM

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