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CLIMATE-CHANGE/USA-TRIBES
RTX7CIEN
April 13, 2020
Greg Lewis, a fisherman, holds up two fish that he caught on the Quinault River near Quinault Indian...
TAHOLAH, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: A U.S. tribe's uphill battle against climate change
Greg Lewis, a fisherman, holds up two fish that he caught on the Quinault River near Quinault Indian Nation's main village, on the Quinault Indian Reservation in Taholah, Washington, U.S., March 3, 2020. ''In the fall time we get Coho and King salmon, wintertime right now we're getting steelhead. We used to get sockeye in the springtime that we could fish for but it's been a few years since we've been able to fish for sockeye. Their numbers are so low, so now we are just going to let the run build up. So we haven't been fishing for them,'' Lewis said. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith SEARCH ''QUINAULT CLIMATE CHANGE'' FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH ''WIDER IMAGE'' FOR ALL STORIES.
CANADA-LNG/SARITABAY
RTR4QHFJ
February 21, 2015
A log sort in the waters of Sarita Bay is seen from the site of a proposed LNG export terminal on Huu-ay-aht...
SARITA BAY, Canada
A log sort in the waters of Sarita Bay is seen from the site of a proposed LNG export terminal on Huu-ay-aht...
A log sort in the waters of Sarita Bay is seen from the site of a proposed LNG export terminal on Huu-ay-aht treaty land on Vancouver Island in British Columbia February 18, 2015. A Canadian aboriginal community that has partnered with Steelhead LNG on a proposed major liquefied natural gas export terminal plans to decide within months whether to take an equity stake in the $30 billion project, one of its leaders said. Picture taken on February 18, 2015. REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CANADA-LNG/SARITABAY
RTR4QHFH
February 21, 2015
Huu-ay-aht councillor Jack Cook gestures to Santa Maria Island, a cultural site for the Aboriginal community,...
SARITA BAY, Canada
Huu-ay-aht councillor Jack Cook gestures to Santa Maria Island, a cultural site for the Aboriginal community,...
Huu-ay-aht councillor Jack Cook gestures to Santa Maria Island, a cultural site for the Aboriginal community, across the water from the site of a proposed LNG export terminal on Vancouver Island in British Columbia February 18, 2015. A Canadian aboriginal community that has partnered with Steelhead LNG on a proposed major liquefied natural gas export terminal plans to decide within months whether to take an equity stake in the $30 billion project, one of its leaders said. Picture taken on February 18, 2015. REUTERS/Julie Gordon (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA/
RTR3FD0V
September 28, 2013
A view of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam and its reservoir in Carmel Valley, California, September...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
A view of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam and its reservoir in Carmel Valley, California
A view of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam and its reservoir in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
USA/
RTR3FD0T
September 28, 2013
An aerial view shows the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam (C) in Carmel Valley, California, September 27,...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
An aerial view shows the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California
An aerial view shows the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam (C) in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY)
USA/
RTR3FD0Q
September 28, 2013
Water flows out of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013....
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
Water flows out of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California
Water flows out of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY)
USA/
RTR3FD0M
September 28, 2013
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY)
USA/
RTR3FD0J
September 28, 2013
The Carmel River flows around vegetation growing on years of built-up sediment at the 94-year-old San...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
The Carmel River flows around vegetation growing on years of built-up sediment at the 94-year-old San...
The Carmel River flows around vegetation growing on years of built-up sediment at the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
USA/
RTR3FD0E
September 28, 2013
Luke Gianni with California American Water walks across the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley,...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
Luke Gianni with California American Water walks across the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley,...
Luke Gianni with California American Water walks across the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY)
USA/
RTR3FCZZ
September 28, 2013
Dylan Wade with Water Systems Consulting climbs a staircase at the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
Dylan Wade with Water Systems Consulting climbs a staircase at the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel...
Dylan Wade with Water Systems Consulting climbs a staircase at the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY)
USA/
RTR3FCZY
September 28, 2013
Dylan Wade with Water Systems Consulting climbs a ladder at the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
Dylan Wade with Water Systems Consulting climbs a ladder at the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel...
Dylan Wade with Water Systems Consulting climbs a ladder at the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
USA/
RTR3FCZW
September 28, 2013
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY)
USA/
RTR3FCZU
September 28, 2013
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY)
USA/
RTR3FCZS
September 28, 2013
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built...
CARMEL VALLEY, UNITED STATES
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California
An overview of the 94-year-old San Clemente Dam in Carmel Valley, California, September 27, 2013. Built on the Carmel River, the 106-foot-tall (32-metre-tall) dam is being torn down in stages over three years. The seismically unsafe dam's removal, estimated at $84 million including wildlife restoration, will enable the reopening of 25 miles of creeks and tributaries in the Carmel River watershed, allowing Central California Coast steelhead trout, listed as a threatened species, to return to native spawning areas. The project is the biggest ever dam removal in California. REUTERS/Michael Fiala (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY)
USA-RIVER/WASHINGTON
RTR31COC
April 28, 2012
The lower half gray area shows where the water line was with the Glines Canyon dam as work continues...
PORT ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Lower half gray area shows where water line was with Glines Canyon dam near Port Angeles
The lower half gray area shows where the water line was with the Glines Canyon dam as work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River restoration in Olympic National Park near Port Angeles, Washington March 23, 2012. The two dams, about 80 miles (129 km) northwest of Seattle, blocked migratory routes of salmon and steelhead trout to some 70 miles (113 km) of tributary habitat, in the process robbing Native Americans of income by halting a treaty-guaranteed reservation fishery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RIVER/WASHINGTON
RTR31COB
April 28, 2012
Excavation work continues at the site of the Elwha Dam, part of the Elwha River restoration project in...
PORT ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Excavation work continues at the site of Elwha Dam, part of Elwha River restoration project in Olympic...
Excavation work continues at the site of the Elwha Dam, part of the Elwha River restoration project in Olympic National Park near Port Angeles, Washington March 23, 2012. The two dams, about 80 miles (129 km) northwest of Seattle, blocked migratory routes of salmon and steelhead trout to some 70 miles (113 km) of tributary habitat, in the process robbing Native Americans of income by halting a treaty-guaranteed reservation fishery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RIVER/WASHINGTON
RTR31COA
April 28, 2012
Doug Noyes, inspector with URS Corp., looks down from the top of the dam as work continues on the removal...
PORT ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Noyes, inspector with URS Corp., looks down from top of dam as work continues on removal of two dams...
Doug Noyes, inspector with URS Corp., looks down from the top of the dam as work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River restoration project in Olympic National Park near Port Angeles, Washington March 23, 2012. The two dams, about 80 miles (129 km) northwest of Seattle, blocked migratory routes of salmon and steelhead trout to some 70 miles (113 km) of tributary habitat, in the process robbing Native Americans of income by halting a treaty-guaranteed reservation fishery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RIVER/WASHINGTON
RTR31CO9
April 28, 2012
Part of the Glines Canyon dam structure left as work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha...
PORT ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Part of the Glines Canyon dam structure left as work continues on the removal of two dams near Port Angeles...
Part of the Glines Canyon dam structure left as work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon, part of the Elwha River restoration project in Olympic National Park near Port Angeles, Washington March 23, 2012. The two dams, about 80 miles (129 km) northwest of Seattle, blocked migratory routes of salmon and steelhead trout to some 70 miles (113 km) of tributary habitat, in the process robbing Native Americans of income by halting a treaty-guaranteed reservation fishery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RIVER/WASHINGTON
RTR31CO8
April 28, 2012
Barb Maynes, public affairs officer from National Park Service, sizes up a picture on the Glines Canyon...
PORT ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Maynes sizes up picture on Glines Canyon Dam as work continues on Elwha River restoration in Olympic...
Barb Maynes, public affairs officer from National Park Service, sizes up a picture on the Glines Canyon Dam as work continues on the Elwha River restoration in Olympic National Park near Port Angeles, Washington March 23, 2012. The two dams, about 80 miles (129 km) northwest of Seattle, blocked migratory routes of salmon and steelhead trout to some 70 miles (113 km) of tributary habitat, in the process robbing Native Americans of income by halting a treaty-guaranteed reservation fishery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RIVER/WASHINGTON
RTR31CO7
April 28, 2012
Water flows past some of the concrete and rebar left from part of the Glines Canyon Dams, part of the...
PORT ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Water flows past some of the concrete and rebar left from part of the Glines Canyon Dams
Water flows past some of the concrete and rebar left from part of the Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River restoration project in Olympic National Park near Port Angeles, Washington on March 23, 2012. The two dams, about 80 miles (129 km) northwest of Seattle, blocked migratory routes of salmon and steelhead trout to some 70 miles (113 km) of tributary habitat, in the process robbing Native Americans of income by halting a treaty-guaranteed reservation fishery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RIVER/WASHINGTON
RTR31CO6
April 28, 2012
Work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River...
PORT ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River...
Work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River Restoration Olympic National Park near Port Angeles, Washington March 23, 2012. The two dams, about 80 miles (129 km) northwest of Seattle, blocked migratory routes of salmon and steelhead trout to some 70 miles (113 km) of tributary habitat, in the process robbing Native Americans of income by halting a treaty-guaranteed reservation fishery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RIVER/WASHINGTON
RTR31CO5
April 28, 2012
Work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River...
PORT ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River...
Work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River Restoration Olympic National Park near Port Angeles, Washington March 23, 2012. The two dams, about 80 miles (129 km) northwest of Seattle, blocked migratory routes of salmon and steelhead trout to some 70 miles (113 km) of tributary habitat, in the process robbing Native Americans of income by halting a treaty-guaranteed reservation fishery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RIVER/WASHINGTON
RTR31CO4
April 28, 2012
Work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River...
PORT ANGELES, UNITED STATES
Work continues on the removal of two dams as part of the Elwha River Restoration Olympic National Park...
Work continues on the removal of two dams, the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams, part of the Elwha River Restoration Olympic National Park near Port Angeles, Washington March 23, 2012. The two dams, about 80 miles (129 km) northwest of Seattle, blocked migratory routes of salmon and steelhead trout to some 70 miles (113 km) of tributary habitat, in the process robbing Native Americans of income by halting a treaty-guaranteed reservation fishery. Picture taken March 23, 2012. REUTERS/Kevin P. Casey (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265P8
July 28, 2009
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) to be sorted for market are seen in a net in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika,...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) to be sorted for market are seen in a net in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika...
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) to be sorted for market are seen in a net in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265P0
July 28, 2009
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265OZ
July 28, 2009
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265OX
July 28, 2009
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) swim in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) swim in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) swim in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265OT
July 28, 2009
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265OG
July 28, 2009
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265OC
July 28, 2009
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265OA
July 28, 2009
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) swim in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Steelheads swim in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) swim in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265NW
July 28, 2009
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265NU
July 28, 2009
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) wait in a bucket to be sorted for the market, in a fish-farm in the village...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) wait in a bucket to be sorted for the market, in a fish-farm in the village...
Steelheads (Hucho hucho) wait in a bucket to be sorted for the market, in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265GY
July 28, 2009
Worker sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for market the in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Worker sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for market the in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Worker sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for market the in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265C8
July 28, 2009
Worker sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Worker sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Worker sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA AGRICULTURE ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265BA
July 28, 2009
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Workers sort big steelheads (Hucho hucho) for the market in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and raised in the river for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA)
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July 28, 2009
Steelhead (Hucho hucho) that are being sorted for the market swim in a pond in a fish-farm in the village...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Steelhead that are being sorted for the market swim in a pond in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika...
Steelhead (Hucho hucho) that are being sorted for the market swim in a pond in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and raised in the river for sport fishing. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA)
SLOVENIA/
RTR265AV
July 28, 2009
Small steelheads (Hucho huncho) are seen in a pond in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz,...
VRHNIKA, Slovenia
Steelheads (Hucho huncho) are seen in a pond in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika
Small steelheads (Hucho huncho) are seen in a pond in a fish-farm in the village of Vrhnika, near Loz, south Slovenia, July 28, 2009. Hucho huchos are endemic fishes that are native to the rivers of Slovenia and Bosnia. In this farm, they are bred for the market and raised in the river for sport fishing.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA)
FEA
RTRMSBC
February 09, 2005
Fisherman Edo Janus proudly shows a Steelhead he caught in the river Sava near the town of Medvode, February...
Medvode, Slovenia
Fisherman Edo Janus proudly shows biggest steelhead caught in Slovenian waters in Medvode.
Fisherman Edo Janus proudly shows a Steelhead he caught in the river Sava near the town of Medvode, February 9,2005. The fish measured 136 cm in length and weighed 30 kilograms, and is thought to be the biggest steelhead caught in Slovenian waters. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic SZ/JV
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May 10, 1999
Sacramento Steelheads hitting instructor, Pete Rose, addresses the players before practice at Union Field...
Sacramento, USA
PETE ROSE HEAD SHOT WITH STEELHEADS BASEBALL CAP.
Sacramento Steelheads hitting instructor, Pete Rose, addresses the players before practice at Union Field in Sacramento, May 10. Rose, who played for the Cincinnati Reds, the Montreal Expos and the Philadelphia Phillies, was banned from Major League Baseball in August of 1989 for placing bets on Reds games. The Steelheads are beginning their first year as part of the Western League which is not recognized by Major League Baseball.

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SPORT BASEBALL
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May 10, 1999
Sacramento Steelheads hitting instructor Pete Rose addresses players before practice at Union Field in...
Sacramento, USA
PETE ROSE ADDRESSES STEELHEADS AT PRACTICE.
Sacramento Steelheads hitting instructor Pete Rose addresses players before practice at Union Field in Sacramento, May 11. Rose, who played for the Cincinnati Reds, the Montreal Expos and the Philadelphia Phillies, was banned from Major League Baseball in August of 1989 for placing bets on Reds games. The Steelheads are beginning their first year as part of the Western League, which is not recognized by Major League Baseball.

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May 10, 1999
Sacramento Steelheads hitting instructor Pete Rose looks on during infield practice at Union Field in...
Sacramento, USA
PETE ROSE WATCHES SACRAMENTO STEELHEADS INFIELD PRACTICE.
Sacramento Steelheads hitting instructor Pete Rose looks on during infield practice at Union Field in Sacramento, May 11. Rose, who played for the Cincinnati Reds, the Montreal Expos and the Philadelphia Phillies, was banned from Major League Baseball in August of 1989 for placing bets on Reds games. The Steelheads are beginning their first year as part of the Western League which is not recognized by Major League Baseball.

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RTR10O0T
May 10, 1999
Sacramento Steelheads hitting instructor Pete Rose addresses players before practice at Union Field in...
Sacramento, USA
PETE ROSE TALKS TO PLAYERS ON SACRAMENTO STEELHEADS.
Sacramento Steelheads hitting instructor Pete Rose addresses players before practice at Union Field in Sacramento, May 10. Rose, former Cincinnati Reds superstar and player-manager, was banned from Major League Baseball in August of 1989 for a gambling scandal. The Steelheads are beginning their first year as part of the Western League which is not recognized by Major League Baseball.

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