Some Places Warm Springs Feed the Reservoirs

Kirch Wildlife Management Area - Preston, NV (Nye County)


by Nevada Department of Wildlife
2-13-2019
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Recent storms have added to the water levels across the management area but also have made for thin ice at each reservoir.  Keep in mind that in some places warm springs feed the reservoirs so the ice may not be as thick as you think. The NDOW asks all visitors to use extreme caution before venturing on the ice.  No reports were received this week.

 



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