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The following is a document archive for the native fish of the Colorado River, which have the highest rate of jeopardy toward extinction in the nation. Read article here.
Historically, the native fish fauna of the Colorado River Basin was dominated by the minnow (cyprinids) and sucker (catostomids) families. Of the 34 known native species to the Colorado River basin, 74% are found nowhere else in the world, or endemic.
2018 - SUMMARY OF CURRENT STATUS OF ENDANGERED FISH
###MAP OF COLORADO RIVER BASIN
Official Websites of USFWS Programs
UPPER COLORADO RIVER & ITS TRIBUTARIES
Gunnison River (Aspinal Unit); tributary of Colorado River; Colorado.
Dolores River; McPhee Dam; tributary of Colorado River; Colorado and Utah.
Flaming Gorge Dam; Green River; Wyoming and Utah
Yampa River; tributary of Green River; Colorado and Utah.
Duchesne River; tributary of Green River; Utah.
Navajo Dam; above Lake Powell; Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.
BELOW GLEN CANYON DAM
Glen Canyon Dam; Colorado River; Utah and Arizona
Hoover Dam; Colorado River; Nevada and Arizona
Lower Colorado River (below Hoover & Davis dam complex)
Arizona and Californis
Gila River and Salt River; New Mexico and Arizona
SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS REPORTS
Green River (Flaming Gorge Dam to confluence with Colorado River
Yampa River (major tributary of Green River)
Duchene River (major tributary below White River
Price River (major tributary below White River
San Rafael River (last major tributary and below Price River)COLORADO RIVER (above Lake Powell)
Gunnison River (major tributary of the Upper Colorado River)
San Juan River (terminates into Lake Powell)
FIVE YEAR REVIEWS
DESIGNATED CRITICAL HABITATS
Note: Includes 100-year river floodplain and full pool elevation of reservoirs. Lake Powell is not critical habitat except for the uppermost arms of San Juan and Colorado rivers. Total river mileage is 1,980.ACADEMIC RECOVERY PLANS
Lower Colorado River
Gila River Basin
LISTING IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER
COLORADO RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES
Canyonlands (Southeast Utah Group)
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell)
San Juan River
Lower Colorado River
Multiple Species Conservation Program
Gulf of California, Delta and Limitrophe
UPPER COLORADO RIVER RECOVERY & IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM (RIP)
SAN JUAN RIVER BASIN RECOVERY & IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM
A CHRONOLOGY OF PUBLIC COMMENTS (under construction)