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The Upper Yampa 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
Middle Yampa RiverB2Report
Yampa River at Hayden and Morgan BottomsB2Report
Bear RiverB3Report
Chedsey CreekB3Report
Dumont LakeB3Report
Fish Creek CanyonB3Report
Freeman ReservoirB3Report
High Rock CreekB3Report
Lost CreekB3Report
Mill CreekB3Report
Moon HillB3Report
North Fork Elkhead CreekB3Report
Pleasant ValleyB3Report
Poose CreekB3Report
Sawmill CreekB3Report
Service CreekB3Report
Slater ParkB3Report
Soda CreekB3Report
Soda Creek at Strawberry ParkB3Report
Upper Fish CreekB3Report
Williams ForkB3Report
Willow and Beaver CreeksB3Report
Willow Creek CanyonB3Report
California ParkB4Report
Christina State Wildlife AreaB4Report
Dry LakeB4Report
East Fork of the Williams ForkB4Report
Elkhead Creek at Aigner MountainB4Report
Horsethief PeakB4Report
Little Trout CreekB4Report
Middle Fork Elk RiverB4Report
Morrison CreekB4Report
Morrison Creek PondsB4Report
Phillips CreekB4Report
South Fork of High Rock CreekB4Report
Steamboat LakeB4Report
Watson CreekB4Report
Williams ParkB4Report
Windemere LakeB4Report
Yampa River at LawsonB4Report
Aiger ShallowsB5Report
Baldy Peak Stock PondB5Report
Big Canyon CreekB5Report
Elkhead CreekB5Report
Fortification CreekB5Report
Pond Lily LakesB5Report
Ralph White LakeB5Report
Walton Creek TributaryB5Report
Wet Meadows SiteB5Report