Low flows on Dolores River will hurt fish

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Low flows on Dolores River will hurt fish

Poor snowpack reduces release from McPhee Reservoir
Fish on the Lower Dolores River below McPhee Dam will suffer from low flows this year because of the drought and poor snowpack. In this 2013 photo, the river is running at about 10 cubic feet per second.
An angler with his dog practices social distancing on the Dolores River below McPhee Dam last year.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife fish biologists conduct yearly fish counts on the Lower Dolores River. The ongoing drought is hurting fish habitat.

Low flows on Dolores River will hurt fish

Fish on the Lower Dolores River below McPhee Dam will suffer from low flows this year because of the drought and poor snowpack. In this 2013 photo, the river is running at about 10 cubic feet per second.
An angler with his dog practices social distancing on the Dolores River below McPhee Dam last year.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife fish biologists conduct yearly fish counts on the Lower Dolores River. The ongoing drought is hurting fish habitat.
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