Cutthroat in the Wild: A Love Story

“Cutthroat in the Wild: a Love Story” is Part 1 of a series on “Wyoming’s Wild and Native Cutthroat”.

This video, along with the rest of the series, features footage from the Bridger-Teton National Forest, and the Shoshone National Forest including the Popo Agie Wilderness Area in the Wind River Range– LaBarge Creek, Greys River, the North Fork of the Shoshone, and the South Fork of the Little Wind River. The series will tell some stories about native cutthroat trout–both their history and also present threats ranging from invasive species to climate change.

This first video in the series introduces Matthew Dickerson and what brought him to Wyoming to spend a summer studying cutthroat trout with two Middlebury College undergraduate research assistants: Julia Kendrick and Yuki Hu.