List of Areas of Critical Environmental Concern in Colorado

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The Bureau of Land Management has designated 88 Areas of Critical Environmental Concern in the State of Colorado . [1] [2]

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Areas of Critical Environmental Concern in Colorado

NameArea
Adobe Badlands 6,783 acres (27.45 km2)
American Basin 1,597 acres (6.46 km2)
Anasazi Culture 1,100 acres (4.45 km2)
Anvil Points 4,955 acres (20.05 km2)
Arkansas Canyonlands 23,921 acres (96.80 km2)
Atwell Gulch 2,900 acres (11.74 km2)
Badger Wash Natural Area 2,200 acres (8.90 km2)
Barger Gulch Heritage Area 535 acres (2.17 km2)
Beaver Creek 12,081 acres (48.89 km2)
Blacks Gulch Natural Area 800 acres (3.24 km2)
Blanca Wetlands 122,762 acres (496.80 km2)
Blue Hill 3,700 acres (14.97 km2)
Browns Canyon National Monument 11,697 acres (47.34 km2)
Bull Gulch 10,400 acres (42.09 km2)
Coal Draw 1,840 acres (7.45 km2)
Coal Oil Rim 3,210 acres (12.99 km2)
Cucharas Canyon 1,866 acres (7.55 km2)
Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad 3,824 acres (15.48 km2)
Deep Creek 4,300 acres (17.40 km2)
Deer Gulch Natural Area 1,810 acres (7.32 km2)
Dillon Pinnacles 535 acres (2.17 km2)
Droney Gulch 705 acres (2.85 km2)
Duck Creek Natural Area 3,430 acres (13.88 km2)
Dudley Bluffs Natural Area 1,630 acres (6.60 km2)
East Douglas Creek 47,610 acres (192.67 km2)
East Fork Parachute Creek 6,571 acres (26.59 km2)
Elephant Rocks Natural Area 1,338 acres (5.41 km2)
Escalante Canyon 1,895 acres (7.67 km2)
Fairview 377 acres (1.53 km2)
Garden Park Fossil Area 2,728 acres (11.04 km2)
Glenwood Springs Debris Flow Hazard Zones 6,100 acres (24.69 km2)
Grand Hogback 4,300 acres (17.40 km2)
Grape Creek 15,978 acres (64.66 km2)
Gunnison Gravels Natural Area 9 acres (0.04 km2)
Gunnison Sage-Grouse 22,000 acres (89.03 km2)
Gypsum Valley 13,135 acres (53.16 km2)
Hardscrabble-East Eagle 4,200 acres (17.00 km2)
Indian Creek 2,300 acres (9.31 km2)
Irish Canyon Natural Area 11,910 acres (48.20 km2)
Juanita Arch 1,600 acres (6.47 km2)
Kinney Creek 588 acres (2.38 km2)
Kremmling 674 acres (2.73 km2)
Kremmling Cretaceous Ammonite Locality Natural Area 198 acres (0.80 km2)
Laramie River 1,783 acres (7.22 km2)
Los Mogotes 33,456 acres (135.39 km2)
Lower Colorado River 130 acres (0.53 km2)
Lower Greasewood Creek Natural Area 210 acres (0.85 km2)
Lyons Gulch 400 acres (1.62 km2)
Magpie Gulch 4,698 acres (19.01 km2)
McCoy Fan Delta 1,500 acres (6.07 km2)
McElmo Rare Lizard and Snake 427 acres (1.73 km2)
Moosehead Mountain 8,940 acres (36.18 km2)
Mosquito Pass 4,036 acres (16.33 km2)
Mount Logan Foothills 4,000 acres (16.19 km2)
Mount Garfield 2,400 acres (9.71 km2)
Mud Springs/Remnant Anasazi 1,160 acres (4.69 km2)
Native Plant Community 4,577 acres (18.52 km2)
Needle Rock Natural Area 80 acres (0.32 km2)
North Park Natural Area 4,444 acres (17.98 km2)
North Park Phacelia 300 acres (1.21 km2)
North Sand Hills 486 acres (1.97 km2)
Oil Spring Mountain 18,260 acres (73.90 km2)
Phantom Canyon 6,096 acres (24.67 km2)
Pyramid Rock Natural Area 1,300 acres (5.26 km2)
RaJadero Canyon Natural Area 3,632 acres (14.70 km2)
Raven Ridge Natural Area 4,980 acres (20.15 km2)
Redcloud Peak Natural Area 5,960 acres (24.12 km2)
Rio Grande Natural Area 2,830 acres (11.45 km2)
Roan and Carr Creeks 33,600 acres (135.97 km2)
Rough Canyon Natural Area 2,800 acres (11.33 km2)
Ryan Gulch Natural Area 1,440 acres (5.83 km2)
San Luis Hills/Flattop 29,261 acres (118.42 km2)
San Miguel River 20,964 acres (84.84 km2)
Sheep Creek Uplands 3,900 acres (15.78 km2)
Sinbad Valley 6,400 acres (25.90 km2)
Slumgullion Earthflow Natural Area 1,405 acres (5.69 km2)
South Beaver Creek 4,570 acres (18.49 km2)
South Cathedral Bluffs Natural Area 1,330 acres (5.38 km2)
South Shale Ridge 27,800 acres (112.50 km2)
The Palisade Natural Area 32,200 acres (130.31 km2)
Thompson Creek 3,600 acres (14.57 km2)
Trapper Creek/Northwater Creek 4,810 acres (19.47 km2)
Trickle Mountain 44,521 acres (180.17 km2)
Troublesome Creek 998 acres (4.04 km2)
Unaweep Seep Natural Area 85 acres (0.34 km2)
West Antelope Creek 28,275 acres (114.42 km2)
White River Riparian 950 acres (3.84 km2)
Yanks Gulch/Upper Greasewood Creek Natural Area 2,680 acres (10.85 km2)

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References

  1. "Areas of Critical Environmental Concern". Bureau of Land Management . Retrieved July 21, 2021.
  2. "List of Areas of Critical Environmental Concern". Bureau of Land Management . Retrieved July 21, 2021.

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