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

Hot Springs Canyon Barrier Site

Hot Springs Canyon Barrier fish barrier soon after construction Hot Springs Canyon in October 2011 following a major flood

The Hot Springs Canyon fish barrier is intended to prevent upstream movements of nonnative fishes from the San Pedro River to portions of Hot Springs Canyon populated with federally-listed native fishes (existing Gila chub, repatriated loach minnow, spikedace, Gila topminnow, and desert pupfish). Construction of the Hot Springs Canyon fish barrier was completed in December 2010.

Barrier Location
Drawings

Reports:

Final EA, Proposed Fish Barrier in Hot Springs Canyon


[Drop Barriers ]   [Electrical Barriers]   [Fish Barriers]  


Last Reviewed:
November 29, 2011

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