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|Name||Analysis of the Coldwater Fisheries Values in the San Juan and Dolores Basins of Southwest Colorado|
|Description||The wild and native trout populations in the San Juan and Dolores Basins of southwest Colorado have a high conservation value to Trout Unlimited. Colorado River cutthroat trout are the native trout in these basins while rainbow, brown and brook trout are popular sport fish. Colorado River cutthroat currently occupy just 15% of their historic habitat. Most of the populations are fragmented and restricted to small headwater streams, with only small numbers of strongholds remaining, primarily in the Upper Green, Lower Green and Yampa River drainages.|
|Keywords||Trout, Habitat, Conservation, Colorado, Climate Change, Watershed|