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THIS YEAR WINTER IS
FOR THE BIRDS IN TEXAS
With the holidays hustle moving into full-swing, here’s a great way to slow it down while enjoying the best of Texas' outdoors. The Audubon Society’s Christmas Bird Count kicks off soon with many program “counting circles” across the Brazos River basin. For more, click here.   
UPDATED LAKE PARKS REOPENED
WITH UPGRADES CONTINUING
The Brazos River Authority has reopened two parks that have undergone upgrades and will close another as work on facillities continues. Possum Kingdom Lake's South D&D recreation area and boat reopened for camping and ramp use. Lake Granbury's refurbished Hunter Park has also been reopened. Though the boat ramp at Hunter Park remains closed due to low lake levels, a new seawall and improved camping and picnic areas are available. Lake Granbury’s Rough Creek Park will close Monday, December 8 for facility upgrades. Construction on camping and picnic areas along with a new seawall is expected to be completed by the end of January. For regularly updated boat ramp reports, please click here.

NEW LAKE RULES NOW IN EFFECT
Changes to the rules for Lakes Possum Kingdom, Granbury and Limestone went into effect on November 27. For a sampling of changes to lake rules, click here.  To view the complete Regulations of Brazos River Authority Lakes and Associated Lands, go here.

 
   CURRENT GATE OPERATIONS
   In cubic feet per second (cfs)
Possum Kingdom Lake 35 cfs low flow
Lake Granbury 16 cfs avg. low flow
Lake Limestone 6 cfs low flow

 
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Lake Levels
Lake Level +/- ft Date/Time
Possum Kingdom 985.31 ft -13.69 ft 12/17/2014 7:30 pm
Granbury 682.58 ft -10.12 ft 12/17/2014 7:30 pm
Limestone 360.77 ft -2.23 ft 12/17/2014 7:45 pm


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