What's Out There?
Honoring Native Land
Cultural resources reflect 10,000 years of human occupancy in the Massacre Lakes Basin. Site types are proposed for excavation, preservation and public interpretation. Some of the sites are eligible for the National Register of Historic Places due to the unique and special research values.
Wildlife includes sage-grouse, pygmy rabbits, pronghorn, mule deer, red-tail Hawks, prairie falcons, golden eagles, other raptors, songbirds and sage-dependent species.
Juniper stands can be found scattered across the western portion of the WSA.