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The Upper South Platte 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
Elk FallsB1Report
Hankins GulchB1Report
Bear Creek at South Platte CanyonB2Report
Black Mountain at Aspen ParkB2Report
Black Mountain CreekB2Report
Buffalo Redskin CreeksB2Report
Duck LakeB2Report
East Lost ParkB2Report
Geneva ParkB2Report
Handcart GulchB2Report
Long Gulch at Platte River MountainsB2Report
Lost ParkB2Report
Manchester CreekB2Report
North Fork South PlatteB2Report
Bergen Peak EastB3Report
Casto CreekB3Report
Crystal Creek near Cedar Mountain RoadB3Report
Deer Creek CanyonB3Report
Devils Head at Jackson CreekB3Report
East Plum CreekB3Report
Garber CreekB3Report
Geneva Park NorthB3Report
Goose CreekB3Report
Massey DrawB3Report
Maxwell Creek at Brook ForestB3Report
McCurdy ParkB3Report
North Garber CreekB3Report
Pine Creek at South PlatteB3Report
Trout Creek at Manitou Experimental ForestB3Report
Turkey Creek at South Platte CanyonB3Report
Berrian MountainB4Report
Blue SpringsB4Report
Crazy GulchB4Report
Guanella PassB4Report
John's GulchB4Report
North Turkey CreekB4Report
Perry ParkB4Report
Quinlan GulchB4Report
South Platte RiverB4Report
Trail CreekB4Report
Upper Crystola CreekB4Report
Wellington LakeB4Report
Jackson CreekB5Report
Mount Lindo to Plymouth MountainB5Report
North Elk CreekB5Report
North SchoolB5Report
Trout Creek FenB5Report
Wolhurst NorthB5Report