Wildlife & wild places

Tell your Senator: support the Dolores River National Conservation Area and Special Management Area Act

Bob Wick, BLM | CC-BY-2.0
The Dolores River flows for more than 200 miles through southwestern Colorado, starting high in the San Juan Mountains and descending to its confluence with the Colorado River near the Colorado-Utah border.

Bald eagles, peregrine falcons, mountain lions and bobcats rely on water from the Dolores River. Tell your Senator to act to protect it.


Protect the Dolores River