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Archuleta County

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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 county 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
Devil Creek at Middle MountainB2Report
Devil Creek State Wildlife AreaB2Report
Harris LakeB2Report
Sambrito Creek HeadwatersB2Report
Spring Creek NorthB2Report
Adams Fork of Conejos RiverB3Report
Archuleta CreekB3Report
Coal Creek TrailheadB3Report
Death Valley CreekB3Report
East Side of Chalk MountainsB3Report
Elk Creek at Piedra RiverB3Report
Fourmile Creek at Quien SabeB3Report
Hunter CampgroundB3Report
Ignacio CreekB3Report
Indian Creek at Piedra RiverB3Report
Lower Piedra RiverB3Report
Middle Fourmile CreekB3Report
Navajo RiverB3Report
Navajo River at Banded PeakB3Report
Opal LakeB3Report
Quartz Creek at East Fork San Juan RiverB3Report
Rio ChamaB3Report
Round Meadow CreekB3Report
San Juan River at CarracasB3Report
San Juan River at JuanitaB3Report
Sand CreekB3Report
Spring Creek LakesB3Report
Tributary to Little Navajo RiverB3Report
Tributary to Rito BlancoB3Report
Upper First Fork Piedra RiverB3Report
Upper Indian CreekB3Report
Weminuche CreekB3Report
Beaver Creek at TNY SpringB4Report
Buckles LakeB4Report
Burns CanyonB4Report
Headwaters of Summit CreekB4Report
Hondo CreekB4Report
Hurt CanyonB4Report
Navajo Peak TrailB4Report
Porcupine Creek MeadowB4Report
Rio Blanco at Deadman CanyonB4Report
San Juan River at TrujilloB4Report
Sparks CreekB4Report
Turkey Creek at Snowball CreekB4Report
Turkey Creek at StollsteimerB4Report
Upper Coyote CreekB4Report
Upper Mosca CreekB4Report
Upper Rito BlancoB4Report
Kenney FlatsB5Report
Newt Jack Spring ReservoirB5Report
Snow SpringB5Report