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Beeler Reservoir is a 430 acre wetland that was constructed in cooperation with the California Waterfowl Association to provide nesting and brood rearing habitat for waterfowl. Over 100 pairs of Canada geese have nested on this reservoir during peak water years. This reservoir is also a warmwater fishery providing recreational opportunities and foraging habitat for bald eagles and osprey.

Panorama taken October, 2002

Resource Issues Wetlands & Riparian Areas Warm Springs Beeler Reservoir
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Rock islands in Beeler Reservoir are important for nesting habitat.