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The South Platte Headwater Subbasin

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Potential Conservation Areas (PCAs) are delineated around important elements of biodiversity (plants, animals or natural communities). The list below includes all PCAs within the subbasin created for wetland and riparian dependent elements. This list represents wetlands and riparian areas with the highest known biodiversity value in the area.

PCA NameBiodiversity SignificancePCA Report
Mosquito RangeB1Report
Antero ReservoirB2Report
Beaver Creek at Beaver RidgeB2Report
Fourmile Creek at PeartB2Report
Fremont's FenB2Report
High CreekB2Report
Jefferson and Guernsey CreeksB2Report
Long Gulch at Platte River MountainsB2Report
Lower Tarryall CreekB2Report
North Tarryall Creek at ComoB2Report
Sacramento CreekB2Report
South Fork of South Platte RiverB2Report
South ParkB2Report
Upper Fourmile CreekB2Report
AgateB3Report
Buffalo MeadowsB3Report
Crooked Creek SpringB3Report
Crystal Creek near Cedar Mountain RoadB3Report
Dry Creek at Antelope ParkB3Report
Elevenmile CanyonB3Report
Hollthusen Gulch/Tarryall Creek FenB3Report
McCurdy ParkB3Report
Middle Fork South Platte RiverB3Report
Old RailroadB3Report
Ruby CreekB3Report
South Fork South Platte FenB3Report
South JeffersonB3Report
Trout CreekB3Report
Brush ParkB4Report
Buffalo SiteB4Report
Cotton Sheep CampB4Report
Florissant at Hornbek HomesteadB4Report
Little AgateB4Report
Rogers UnitB4Report
Round Mountain SouthB4Report
South Platte RiverB4Report
Temple RanchB4Report
Trail CreekB4Report
Coil RanchB5Report
Red Hill RanchB5Report
Upper Grape CreekB5Report