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Endangered Species Program
Conserving and restoring threatened and endangered species and their ecosystems
Ohio - Critical Habitat Unit Maps
Digital maps of critical habitat are availble at the Critical Habitat Portal.
The maps and written descriptions below were taken from the Federal Register (April 30, 2015): Designation of Critical Habitat for Neosho Mucket and Rabbitsfoot; Final Rule (98-page PDF; 15MB)
For more information about listing the rabbitsfoot as threatened and designating critical habitat.
Index map of rabbitsfoot critical habitat
(34) Unit RF26: Walhonding River— Coshocton County, Ohio.
(i) General Description: Unit RF26 includes 17.5 rkm (10.9 rmi) of the Walhonding River from the convergence of the Kokosing and Mohican Rivers downstream to Ohio Highway 60 near Warsaw, Coshocton County, Ohio.
(ii) Map of Unit RF26 follows:
(35) Unit RF27: Little Darby Creek— Madison and Union Counties, Ohio.
(i) General Description: Unit RF27 includes 33.3 rkm (20.7 rmi) of Little Darby Creek from Ohio Highway 161 near Chuckery, Union County, Ohio, downstream to U.S. Highway 40 near West Jefferson, Madison County, Ohio.
(ii) Map of Unit RF27 follows:
(37) Unit RF29: Fish Creek—Williams County, Ohio.
(i) General Description: Unit RF29 includes 7.7 rkm (4.8 rmi) of Fish Creek from Indiana and Ohio State line northwest of Edgerton, Ohio, downstream to its confluence with the St. Joseph’s River north of Edgerton, Williams County, Ohio.
(ii) Map of Unit RF29 follows:
Last updated: March 12, 2018