Ash Creek Meadows Refuge - Part 1 "Big Valleys Greatest Gem"

Ash Creek Meadows Refuge - Part 1 "Big Valleys Greatest Gem"

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The Ash Creek Meadows Wildlife Refuge is one of Big Valleys most prized gems within the Modoc National Forest. This region contains over 14,400 acres of wetlands, meadows and six creeks that flow through here. In this clip your going to see footage of one of California's second large alkaline lakes that has nearly dried up, a strange track discovered along Ash Creek and a 360 degree view of the beautiful scenery that surrounds Big Valley. This open valley was home to the Modoc Tribe who relied heavily on Salmon runs each year to feed their people who also were involved in a battle with the US Army in the 1800's north of here. The refuge is quite remote so quiet you can nearly hear a pin drop. Its home to bobcats, antelope, beaver, bear, eagle, pelicans, ducks, trout, prairie dogs and so much more. The refuge resides north of Susanville and is a popular area at times to camp, hike and fish. Whether Bigfoot comes down from the forest or high desert are possibilities considering the wetlands provided wildlife liquid gold which is vital to their survival.

www.paranormalghostsociety.org/AshCreekWildlifeRefuge.htm
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