Bird Spring Range 1

  • birdsprings1-089  The spring is in the background.
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  • birdsprings1-088  Water from the spring is stored in the tanks and then flows to the watering trough.
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  • birdsprings1-011  A possible foundation or structure of some kind.
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  • birdsprings1-001  Shelter 1 We located three shelters near the springs, but I am not sure if any of these are the actual “Bird Spring Shelter” mentioned in the archaeological reports that I found online or in my research.
  • birdsprings1-124  Looking towards the springs from shelter 1
  • birdsprings1-009  Shelter 2
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  • birdsprings1-101  Shelter 3
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  • birdsprings1-073  There was a lot of wildlife in the area including two horses that BLM somehow missed in their roundup.
  • birdsprings1a-001  This is one horse that didn’t make it.
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