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image: Fisheries biologist holds adult endangered Razorback sucker
Once Thought Locally Extinct, Endangered Razorback Suckers Discovered Spawning in Grand
Canyon National Park

Researchers recently discovered Razorback suckers, an endangered fish species once thought locally extinct, spawning in the lower Colorado River within Grand Canyon National Park. More...>>

image: Excavation of Stegomastodon Campers Near Elephant Butte Reservoir Discovered Remains of a Rare Prehistoric Elephant Thought to be a Stegomastodon

Scientistst from Reclamation, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, and New Mexico State Parks are evaluating the fossil of a prehistoric elephant thought to be a rare Stegomastodon, discovered by campers near Elephant Butte Reservoir. More...>>

photo: Rio Grande during spike release Reclamation Works with New Mexico Water Managers to Create Beneficial Flows in the Rio Grande to Support Silvery Minnow Spawning

The Bureau of Reclamation, in coordination with federal and non-federal water managers, temporarily increased flows in the Rio Grande to trigger a spawn of the endangered Rio Grande silvery minnow. More...>>


Last updated: July 18, 2014