The razorback sucker roundup began in 1979 by Arizona State University to monitor the population and to gather life history information on this species. Today, this effort includes participants from Arizona Game and Fish Department, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, National Park Service, Nevada Division of Wildlife, and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, who gather for one week during March with four camps established on Lake Mohave, all dedicated to monitoring this fish.
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Today you can walk or bicycle along the elevated railroad bed used to haul supplies and materials for the construction of Hoover Dam and enjoy the spectacular views of Lake Mead and the surrounding desert landscape. More...