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While Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife experimental biologist aide Manuel Annear pours newly fertilized eggs into an iodine solution to disinfect them at The Rock Creek Fish Hatchery, on a tributary of the North Umpqua River Tuesday May 13, 2003. The sperm of multiple summer steelhead are combined with the eggs of multiple females to increase genetic diveristy. Hatchery employees also spawn salmon and other trout which the use to the lakes and streams of the North Umpqua River.
While Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife experimental biologist aide Manuel Annear pours newly fertilized eggs into an iodine solution to disinfect them at The Rock Creek Fish Hatchery, on a tributary of the North Umpqua River Tuesday May 13, 2003. The sperm of multiple summer steelhead are combined with the eggs of multiple females to increase genetic diveristy. Hatchery employees also spawn salmon and other trout which the use to the lakes and streams of the North Umpqua River.
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