Elk, mountain lions, black bear, Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, pine marten, and Rio Grande cutthroat trout make their home here.
What does RGC stand for?
RGC stands for Rio Grande Cutthroat (trout)
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We have 227 other meanings of RGC in our Acronym Attic
- Retinal Ganglion Cell
- Retribution Gospel Choir (Christian band)
- Retro-Gaming Connexion (French gaming association)
- Reunion Gift Committee (various schools)
- Revolutionary Guard Corps (Iran)
- Rio Grande Chapter (various organizations)
- Rio Grande City (Texas)
- Rio Grande Compact (New Mexico, Colorado and Texas)
- Rio Grande Conference (United Methodist Church; Texas)
- Rio Grande Corridor (telecommunications artery)
- Riverside Golf Club (Riverside, IL)
- Roanoke Gas Company (Virginia)
- Robert Graham Center (Washington, DC)
- Romanian Guitarist Community
- Rose Garden Center (Tyler, TX)
- Routing Group Connector (Microsoft)
- Royal Glenora Club (Canada)
- Royal Government of Cambodia
- Response Gene to Complement 32
- Rajiv Gandhi Center for Aquaculture (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It was here that Coronado's lieutenant, Pedro Casteneda, witnessed Rio Grande cutthroat trout (Onchorynchus clarki virginalis) swimming about.
Santa Fe Current" consists of 27 Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout carved in black granite and arranged in a flowing arch.
The Truchas Chapter of Trout Unlimited has more than 500 members and has focused efforts the last few years on restoring habitat for the native Rio Grande cutthroat trout.
The Rio Grande cutthroat trout, Jemez salamander and doe-eyed Goat Peak pika are among the New Mexico species that will need to adapt or die, according to a new report from the Nature Conservancy.
The 27 Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout carved in granite are a vibrant, thought-provoking, and inviting addition to our public-sculpture experience and everyday lives.
Native Rio Grande cutthroat trout will be introduced in one of the canyons, and Lott hopes to reintroduce bighorn sheep on top of the mesa in cooperation with the state Department of Game and Fish and Santa Fe National Forest.
In what is today not much more than a sandy wash, Glorieta Creek, Casteneda witnessed a Rio Grande cutthroat trout swimming about.