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Desert Fish Habitat Partnership

Desert Fish Habitat Partnership

"Bringing together people and organizations with a common interest in voluntary conservation of desert fishes and their habitats."

Desert Fish Habitat Partners conserves native desert fish by protecting, restoring, and enhancing their habitats in cooperation with state and tribal fish and wildlife agencies, federal resource agencies, research and private organizations, and engaged individuals.

This site is hosted by the National Park Service which is a member of the Desert Fish Habitat Partnership. You can also learn more on our Facebook page .

For any questions or comments about the Desert Fish Habitat Partnership, please contact:

Kayla Barrett
Desert Fish Partnership Coordinator
kayla_barrett@fws.gov 928.338.4288


Announcements!

The Desert Fish Habitat Partnership will hold its 2012 annual meeting on the 14th of November in Las Vegas, Nevada. The meeting will be held at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Offices at 4701 N. Torrey Pines Dr., 89130.

The Weber River Watershed, along with the Rio Grande Tributaries, was selected as a National Fish Habitat Partnership 10 "Waters to Watch" through the Desert Fish Habitat Partnership and Western Native Trout Initiative. See the improvements that will be made on the Weber River.

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Last Updated: February 11, 2013