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OUTREACH

Migratory Bird Day!

Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP) staff members take part in Migratory Bird Day at Sunset Park in Henderson, NV!

WILDLIFE

Quailbush on Conservation Areas Provide Home for Rare MacNeill’s Sootywing Skipper

While most people are familiar with the more well-known threatened or endangered species, not many people are aware of the many rare insects, amphibians, and rodents. The Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP) is creating habitat for 12 listed and sensitive bird species, but we are also making sure there is enough habitat for a small insect known as the MacNeill’s sootywing skipper.

FISHERIES

ASU Students Gain Hands-on Experience with Native Fish Conservation at Lake Havasu

Five students from Arizona State University Colleges at Lake Havasu City got up close and personal with endangered fish conservation efforts during this year’s “razorback roundup” on Lake Havasu.  Lake Havasu is home to three native Colorado River fish, including the razorback sucker, bonytail, and the flannelmouth sucker.