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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
Cascade FallsB1Report
Devils StaircaseB1Report
Kettle Ponds at Grand LakeB2Report
Upper Troublesome CreekB2Report
Battle CreekB3Report
Beaver Creek Mineral Spring at Blue Valley RanchB3Report
Behler CreekB3Report
Black Mountain ReservoirB3Report
Blacktail Creek at Gore PassB3Report
Carter FenB3Report
Colorado River Radium to Red Dirt CreekB3Report
Dumont LakeB3Report
First CreekB3Report
Fraser River at GranbyB3Report
High Rock CreekB3Report
Horse CreekB3Report
Jenny LakeB3Report
Kawuneeche ValleyB3Report
Keyser CreekB3Report
Lower Blacktail Creek at RadiumB3Report
Monarch LakeB3Report
Rock Creek at Gore PassB3Report
Second Creek at Berthoud PassB3Report
South Fork Mule CreekB3Report
South Fork of the Williams ForkB3Report
Stillwater Creek TributaryB3Report
Strawberry Creek at Caribou TrailB3Report
Upper Pole CreekB3Report
Upper Williams ForkB3Report
Vasquez CreekB3Report
Arapahoe LakesB4Report
Blue RiverB4Report
Cow GulchB4Report
Forest LakesB4Report
Iceberg LakeB4Report
Iron Creek FenB4Report
James PeakB4Report
Jim Creek TrailB4Report
Lower Corral CreekB4Report
Muddy Creek HeadwatersB4Report
Red Dirt ReservoirB4Report
Road End Seep at Strawberry CreekB4Report
Rollins PassB4Report
Saint Louis Creek at FraserB4Report
South Fork of Ranch CreekB4Report
South Supply CreekB4Report
Stanley MountainB4Report
Sulphur SpringB4Report
Upper Jasper CreekB4Report
West Saint Louis CreekB4Report
Lake GranbyB5Report