Fishes of Boneyard Creek

Boneyard Creek is a tributary that flows into the Saline branch of the Vermillion River. The Creek runs through the center of the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana campus and is 3.3 miles (5.3km) long. Beautification efforts to improve the overall appearance and prevent flooding during the summer months have resulted in landscaped stonework around the creek.

Boneyard Creek is home to a variety of fishes.  Look at the FISH LIST to learn more about each fish species, or use the FISH KEY to identify the fish species.

The website is updated and maintained as part of the University of Illinois’ Ichthyology class (IB 463).

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