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La Plata 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
Animas River CanyonB2Report
Junction CreekB2Report
Lightner CreekB2Report
Lower Hermosa CreekB2Report
Madden CreekB2Report
Middle Florida RiverB2Report
Spring Creek NorthB2Report
Animas River at RockwoodB3Report
Cinder GulchB3Report
East Fork Hermosa CreekB3Report
Elbert CreekB3Report
Florida River at Burnt Timber CreekB3Report
Haviland LakeB3Report
Los Pinos at Bayfield NorthB3Report
Los Pinos at Rattlesnake HillB3Report
Middle Hermosa CreekB3Report
Morgan CanyonB3Report
Sauls CreekB3Report
Upper Elbert CreekB3Report
Upper Hermosa CreekB3Report
Vallecito Creek/Johnson CreekB3Report
Animas River at La PostaB4Report
Cascade CreekB4Report
Cumberland BasinB4Report
Endlich Mesa BasinB4Report
Falls CreekB4Report
Grindstone FensB4Report
Los Pinos at Bayfield SouthB4Report
Lower Coon CreekB4Report
Lower Florida RiverB4Report
Lower La Plata RiverB4Report
Mitchell LakesB4Report
Vallecito Reservoir TributaryB4Report
Big Bend CreekB5Report
Clear Creek La PlataB5Report
Coal GulchB5Report
Electra LakeB5Report
Middle La Plata RiverB5Report
Pastorius ReservoirB5Report
Sheephead BasinB5Report
Sunlight BasinB5Report
West Virginia Gulch and Needle CreekB5Report