Great Basin redband trout
|Great Basin redband trout|
|Subspecies:||O. mykiss newberrii|
|Oncorhynchus mykiss newberrii
The Great Basin redband trout is native to drainages in south central Oregon east of the Cascade range, extreme north east California and extreme north west Nevada. They occur in seven isolated drainages—the Upper Klamath Lake basin, Fort Rock basin, Harney-Malheur basin, Catlow basin, Warner Lakes basin, Goose Lake basin, and the Chewaucan basin.
- Steens Mountain Cooperative Management and Protection Act of 2000 (Public Law 106-399). Passed October 30, 2000. (While not an officially designated threatened or endangered species, the redband Trout is recognized as important resource, and this law sets aside land in Oregon for protection and research of redband Trout.)
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