2 edition of ecological study of the waterfowl of the Potholes area, Grant county, Washington. found in the catalog.
ecological study of the waterfowl of the Potholes area, Grant county, Washington.
Stanley W. Harris
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 187 leaves,|
|Number of Pages||187|
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Historical Weather. Below are weather averages from to according to data gathered from the nearest official weather station. The nearest weather station for both precipitation and temperature measurements is SMY which is approximately 18 miles away and has an elevation of feet ( feet lower than Potholes Columbia National Wildlife Refuge: mi. This is the first comprehensive environmental history of California's Great Central Valley, where extensive freshwater and tidal wetlands once provided critical habitat for tens of millions of migratory waterfowl.
Journal description. The American Midland Naturalist was founded in by Reverend Julius A. Nieuwland, C.S.C., and has been published since by the University of Notre Dame. Potholes Reservoir. The number and size of walleye that Potholes Reservoir produces places it number one of all walleye lakes in the state. It also is known as one of the best bass lakes, .
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Pothole counts were made in the 15 square mile study area in early June and late August during both years of the study. The size of these potholes was estimated in acres. The counts which were % complete showed that the potholes ranged from less than one-half to more than 80 acres in size.
Over 90% of the potholes were less than one acre. Title: An Ecological Study of the Waterfowl of the Potholes Area, Grant County, Washington Created Date: Z. The area of study centers about a Columbia Basin Project dam, O’Sullivan Dam, and Potholes Reservoir.
Adjacent to the reservoir is located a large area of sand dunes; between the bases of the dunes are found numerous potholes of various sizes. Below the dam seepage water. The Grant County ORV Area would have encompassed approximately 1, acres designated as “Green Zone” (open year-round) inside and outside the RMP study area and 1, acres “open seasonally” within the existing “Yellow Zone”.
The Potholes Wildlife Area is enclosed in the neaacre Potholes Reservoir Unit near Moses Grant county. Part of the Columbia Basin Irrigation Project, anyone who has driven cross-state /5(5). Potholes Reservoir is located about seven miles south of the City of Moses Lake. This body of water is open year-round and offers a variety of fishing opportunties for warmwater fish and trout.
Most anglers fish for Walleye, Smallmouth Bass. This Resource Management Plan (RMP) was developed for the Potholes Reservoir area (Potholes Management Area), in Grant County, Washington, to provide management guidance for the land and water resources under U.S.
Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) jurisdiction at Potholes. Migratory waterfowl and upland game seasons and regulations Dennis Werlau/WDFW Washington is home to at least 35 types of waterfowl and more than a dozen other gamebirds available for harvest across a landscape of lakes, sloughs, bays, beaver ponds, grasslands, scrub-steppe, farmlands.
Potholes. Twenty miles south lies the Potholes Reservoir and its tributaries, by far the largest and most popular Grant County waterfowl water. Eastern Washington Guides and Echternkamps Guide Service of Moses Lake, Washington featuring goose and duck waterfowl guided trips in Eastern Washington, as well as Steelheading on the Cowlitz, Satsop, Snake and Wynoochee Rivers.
Year Round Bass and Walleye Fishing on Moses Lake and the Potholes. Harris, Stanley W. An ecological study of the waterfowl of the Potholes Area, Grant County, Washington. American Midland Naturalist.
52(2):  Hermann, Frederick J. DuringPotholes Reservoir (Grant County) was assessed for dieldrin, other chlorinated pesticides, and PCBs. Dieldrin was the focus of the study as the reservoir is listed under Section File Size: 1MB. Potholes Reservoir is in the Reservoirs category for Grant County in the state of Washington.
Potholes Reservoir is displayed on the Moses Lake South USGS quad topo map. Anyone who is interested in visiting Potholes. Identifying waterfowl gives many hours of enjoyment to millions of people. This guide will help you recognize birds on the wing—it emphasizes their fall and winter plumage patterns as well as size.
Harris, Stanley W. An ecological study of the waterfowl of the Potholes Area, Grant County, Washington. The American Midland Naturalist. 52(2):  Hemphill, Martha Lynn. Waterfowl Production Areas (WPAs) are the Prairie Jewels of the National Wildlife Refuge System.
WPAs preserve wetlands and grasslands critical to waterfowl and other wildlife. These public lands. Free printable topographic map of Potholes Habitat Management Area (aka Potholes State Wildlife Recreation Area and South Columbia Basin State Wildlife Recreation Area - Potholes Unit) in Grant County, WA including photos, elevation & GPS coordinates.
Grant County, Washington Columbia National Wildlife Refuge: mi. What a fun day fishing the Potholes. I joined NWFR Rob Holman and his friend Rob, and set off with Shelby Ross of Ross Outdoor Adventures. We spent the day fishing for walleye and it was.
The Potholes Canal starts at the O'Sullivan Dam (which created the Potholes Reservoir) then goes through the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge and Sheep Lakes area. Potholes Chain Lakes is the Author: Funtosail. My buddy Jay and I had another good day of catching on Potholes. We launched at first light out of the state park, the cleaning station is closed, and headed to some of our favorite humps.
field work in the Potholes Region of Grant County, Washington, gathering data for an ecological study of the birds and vegetation of that section.
In the spring of he had occasion to observe epigamic activities of most species of waterfowl. Evaluation of Restored and Native Prairie Pothole Region Plant Communities Following an Environmental Gradient Article in Natural Areas Journal 30(Jul ) July with 31 .Potholes Reservoir, Grant County, Washington Potholes Reservoir (14, acres, Elevation 1, ft) Water temperature in the summer can be around 60 to 70 degree.
No drinking water available; Environmental Conditions: High winds and hot temperatures in the summer Food, drinks, and gas in Potholes Reservoir resort area Author: Funtosail.