Boulder City, Nev.
Released On: February 13, 2009
The canyon is located within the Hot Springs Area of Critical Environmental Concern, part of the 57,500-acre Muleshoe Ranch Cooperative Management Area, and is home to 5 species of native fish: endangered Gila chub, longfin dace, speckled dace, Sonora sucker, and desert sucker. In 2007, Hot Springs Canyon was stocked with threatened loach minnow, threatened spikedace, endangered desert pupfish, and endangered Gila topminnow, creating a diverse native fish assemblage. The proposed fish barrier will protect the native fish community from predatory, nonnative fishes that inhabit downstream waters.
A copy of the final Environmental Assessment, Reclamation's FONSI and the BLM's FONSI/Decision Record can be obtained by calling Reclamation's Environmental Resource Management Division at 623-773-6251, e-mailing email@example.com , or by downloading the documents from the Phoenix Area Office website at http://www.usbr.gov/lc/phoenix/
Questions may be directed to Mr. John McGlothlen of Reclamation's Phoenix Area Office Environmental Resource Management Division, at (623) 773-6256.
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