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Native Aquatic Species of the Gila River Basin
in Arizona and New Mexico

Bonita Creek Barrier Site

Bonita Creek Fish Barrier Bonita Creek Fish Barrier Bonita Creek Fish Barrier

The Bonita Creek fish barrier is intended to prevent upstream movements of nonnative fishes from the Gila River to portions of Bonita Creek populated with threatened native fishes (existing Gila chub, repatriated loach minnow, spikedace, desert pupfish, and Gila topminnow). Construction of the Bonita Creek fish barrier was completed in September 2008.

Barrier Location
Drawings

Reports:

Issuance Memorandum for the Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for Native Fish Restoration in Bonita Creek
Draft EA for Native Fish Restoration in Bonita Creek, Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area


Reclamation
Issuance Memorandum for the Decision Record/Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for Native Fish Restoration in Bonita Creek, Arizona
FONSI - Native Fish Restoration in Bonita Creek Gila Box Riparian National Conservation Area Graham County, Arizona

Bureau of Land Management
FONSI

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Last Reviewed:
December 30, 2009

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