A chinook salmon fish on the East Fork of the Owyhee River within the Duck Valley Reservation in June, 2016. Continuing a tradition begun in 2015, the Shoshone Paiute tribe and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game oversaw the transportation of salmon from Hells Canyon to Duck Valley. The projects returned fish to the area for the first time in nearly 90 years.
A chinook salmon fish on the East Fork of the Owyhee River within the Duck Valley Reservation in June, 2016. Continuing a tradition begun in 2015, the Shoshone Paiute tribe and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game oversaw the transportation of salmon from Hells Canyon to Duck Valley. The projects returned fish to the area for the first time in nearly 90 years. Jinwon Seo, Shoshone-Paiute Tribes Fish, Wildlife and Parks
A chinook salmon fish on the East Fork of the Owyhee River within the Duck Valley Reservation in June, 2016. Continuing a tradition begun in 2015, the Shoshone Paiute tribe and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game oversaw the transportation of salmon from Hells Canyon to Duck Valley. The projects returned fish to the area for the first time in nearly 90 years. Jinwon Seo, Shoshone-Paiute Tribes Fish, Wildlife and Parks

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