Learning about the habitat of wild brook trout is important.
Knowing where they live and what they eat can make you a better angler.
It can also help us protect and manage the waters in which they live.
|1= caddisfly larva,
mayfly and stonefly
3= belted kingfisher
4= slimy sculpin
5= blacknose dace
6= water penny
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