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The Upper Dolores 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
Dolores Canyon SouthB1Report
Coyote WashB2Report
Dolores Canyon-Slick Rock to BedrockB2Report
Dolores River at Ferris CanyonB2Report
Dolores River at Negro DrawB2Report
Groundhog CreekB2Report
La Sal CreekB2Report
McIntyre CanyonB2Report
San Miguel BasinB2Report
Uravan WestB2Report
Beaver Creek at Willow SpringB3Report
Cottonwood DrawB3Report
Dawson Draw Canyon EastB3Report
Dolores River at Snow SpurB3Report
Dove CreekB3Report
Fish Creek at Black MesaB3Report
Glade Canyon SpringB3Report
Lower Coal CreekB3Report
Morrison Creek at Lone ConeB3Report
Plateau Creek at Beaver CreekB3Report
Rock SpringB3Report
Upper Fish Creek below Dunn PeakB3Report
Upper Plateau CreekB3Report
West Dolores CampgroundB3Report
West Dolores River at Deadman DrawB3Report
West Dolores River at DuntonB3Report
Barlow CreekB4Report
Bean CanyonB4Report
Beaver Creek/Lone ConeB4Report
Cumberland BasinB4Report
Dolores Canyon South of Slick RockB4Report
Dolores River at Peterson SlideB4Report
Dolores River at Scotch CreekB4Report
Fish Creek at Dunn PeakB4Report
Glade LakeB4Report
Grindstone FensB4Report
Lakes at Bolam PassB4Report
Mavreeso Canyon-Cottonwood CreekB4Report
Navajo Lake TrailB4Report
Priest GulchB4Report
Silver Creek and Johnny Bull CreekB4Report
Snow Spur TributaryB4Report
The Coal Creek MeadowsB4Report
West Paradox CreekB4Report
Willow Creek at Groundhog MountainB4Report
Willow SpringB4Report
Gypsum GapB5Report
Little Taylor CreekB5Report