ⓘ Warner Lakes
The Warner Lakes are a chain of shallow lakes and marshes in the Warner Valley of eastern Lake County, Oregon, United States. The lakes extend the length of the valley, covering approximately 90.000 acres.
The lake is named in honor of captain William H. Warner, a topographical engineer who explored the Warner valley, before being killed by native Americans in 1849. The Warner lakes and surrounding marshes support a large variety of birds and other wildlife. Most of the land around the lakes is owned and administreres Bureau of land management. These public lands provide a range of services for recreation, including hunting, fishing, bird watching and Hiking.
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