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

Redrock Canyon Barrier Site

Redrock Barrier Site Looking Downstream Redrock Barrier Site Looking Upstream

The Redrock Canyon fish barrier is intended to prevent upstream movements of nonnative fishes from Sonoita Creek to portions of Redrock Canyon populated with threatened native fishes (existing Gila topminnow, repatriated Gila chub). Construction of the Redrock Canyon fish barrier is anticipated for autumn 2008.

Barrier Location

Reports:

Redrock Canyon Fish Barrier Feasibility Investigations

Issuance Memorandum Notice of Public Scoping Period Regarding Preparation of Environmental Assessment (EA) on Restoration of Native Aquatic Species in the Redrock Canyon Watershed, Coronado National Forest

Scoping Notice / Opportunity to Comment: Proposed Restoration of Native Aquatic Species in Redrock Canyon Watershed

Issuance Memorandum - Draft EA for Native Fish Restoration in Redrock Canyon

Draft EA - Native Fish Restoration Project Redrock Canyon, Santa Cruz County, Arizona

Arizona Game and Fish Department's Response to Proposed Renovation to Redrock Canyon

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Coronado National Forest's Legal Notice, Withdrawal Decision on Proposed Restoration of Aquatic Species in Redrock Canyon


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Last Reviewed:
August 30, 2010

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