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The Alamosa-Trinchera 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
Hot CreekB2Report
LasausesB2Report
North Fork Trinchera CreekB2Report
Rio Grande at Alamosa National Wildlife RefugeB2Report
Sangre de Cristo CreekB2Report
Spring Creek at Greenie MountainB2Report
Alamosa River at De La Luz CemeteryB3Report
Alamosa River at Government ParkB3Report
Alamosito CreekB3Report
Blanca Greasewood FlatsB3Report
Bowen Ditch PlayasB3Report
Cuates CreekB3Report
Elk Meadows FenB3Report
Hansen Bluffs SeepsB3Report
Jaroso CreekB3Report
Little Ute CreekB3Report
Lower Rock CreekB3Report
Playa BlancaB3Report
Rio GrandeB3Report
Rio Grande at Trinchera CreekB3Report
San Francisco LakesB3Report
South Vallejos Creek (Vallejos Creek No. 2)B3Report
Torcido CreekB3Report
Trinchera Creek below Smith ReservoirB3Report
Bar NI RanchB4Report
Jim CreekB4Report
North Vallejos CreekB4Report
Rio Grande at State LineB4Report
Rio San AntonioB4Report
Torsido CreekB4Report
Adams LakeB5Report