The Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge, currently home to more than 300 species of birds with at least two more species coming in every year and an array of native riparian flora, benefits from water contained and released from Alamo Dam by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District, which entered an innovative partnership with state and federal agencies in the 1990s. Through the innovative partnership, known as the Bill Williams River Corridor Steering Committee, the District helps maintain a state park which hosts thousands of visitors every year and sustain 50 miles of downstream riparian habitat along the Bill Williams River all the way to Lake Havasu.

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