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Title 50Chapter IISubchapter CPart 226 → Appendix


Title 50: Wildlife and Fisheries
PART 226—DESIGNATED CRITICAL HABITAT


Table 5 to Part 226—Hydrologic Units and Counties Containing Critical Habitat for Central California Coast Coho Salmon, Tribal Lands Within the Range of the ESU, and Dams/Reservoirs Representing the Upstream Extent of Critical Habitat

Hydrologic
unit name
Hydrologic unit No.Counties and tribal lands contained in hydrologic unit and within the range of ESU1 2Dams (reservoirs)
San Lorenzo-Soquel18060001Santa Cruz (CA), San Mateo (CA)Newell Dam (Loch Lomond).
San Francisco Coastal South18050006San Mateo (CA)
San Pablo Bay18050002Marin (CA), Napa (CA)Phoenix Dam (Phoenix Lake).
Tomales-Drake Bays18050005Marin (CA), Sonoma (CA)Peters Dam (Kent Lake); Seeger Dam (Nicasio Reservoir).
Bodega Bay18010111Marin (CA), Sonoma (CA)
Russian18010110Sonoma (CA), Mendocino (CA)—Cloverdale Rancheria; Coyote Valley Rancheria; Dry Creek Rancheria; Guidiville Rancheria; Hopland Rancheria; Lytton Rancheria; Pinoleville Rancheria; Stewarts Point RancheriaWarm Springs Dam (Lake Sonoma); Coyote Dam (Lake Mendocino).
Gualala-Salmon18010109Sonoma (CA), Mendocino (CA)
Big-Navarro-Garcia18010108Mendocino (CA)—Manchester/Point Arena Rancheria;

1Some counties have very limited overlap with estuarine, riverine, or riparian habitats identified as critical habitat for this ESU. Consult USGS hydrologic unit maps (available from USGS) to determine specific county and basin boundaries.

2 Tribal lands are specifically excluded from critical habitat for this ESU.

[64 FR 24061, May 5, 1999]

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