A California Lake Becomes a Stopover Spot Again

A California Lake Becomes a Stopover Spot Again

Two hundred miles north of Los Angeles, windswept Owens Lake was the victim of one of the most audacious water grabs in the history of the American West. Now it is the site of one of its most innovative restorations--resurrecting a critical pit stop for migrating birds.

By Jane Braxton Little/Photography by Rosalie Winard
Published: September-October 2013

The story originally ran in the September-October 2013 issue as "Dust Buster." 

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Jane Braxton Little

Jane Braxton Little is a contributing editor for Audubon.

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Thanks for the news Jane. I

Thanks for the news Jane. I am really wondering how will they facing it in the nearest future.

Excellent.

Excellent.

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