Washoe lake state park

Nestled in a scenic valley where bald eagles soar, Washoe Lake State Park offers breathtaking views of the Sierra Nevada, Carson and Virginia mountain ranges. A popular area for hiking, camping, picnicking, water sports and equestrian activities, the park also hosts a diverse range of birds and waterfowl, such as American white pelicans and Canadian geese. Anglers can aim for channel and bullhead catfish, wipers, white bass and Sacramento Perch. Situated between Reno and Carson City, the park is a true treasure for local residents and visitors to enjoy year-round. Trail map.
Site #1

Site #1

Site Steward:  Laura Lea Evans
Location: Next To Pole Facing West
Bearing:  N/A
GPS:  N/A
Notes:  N/A

Rephotography Dates

1.  July 19, 2015

2.  October 8, 2015

3.  January 20, 2016

4.  April 12, 2016

5.  October 16, 2016

6. Summer 2017

7. Fall 2017

Site #2

Site #2

Site Steward:  Laura Lea Evans
Location:  West Edge of Boat Ramp Facing NW
Bearing:  N/A
GPS:  N/A
Notes:  N/A

Rephotography Dates

1.  July 19, 2015

2.  October 8, 2015

3.  January 20, 2016

4.  April 12, 2016

5.  October 16, 2016

6. Spring 2017

Site #3

Site #3

Site Steward:  Laura Lea Evans
Location:  On Boat Ramp Facing SW
Bearing:  N/A
GPS:  N/A

Notes:  N/A 

Rephotography Dates

1.  July 19, 2015

2.  October 8, 2015

3.  January 20, 2016

4.  April 12, 2016

5.  October 16, 2016

6. Spring 2017

7. Spring 2017

8. Summer 2017

9. Fall 2017

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