The Crooked River is a 125 mile long tributary of the Deschutes River in Oregon. The river begins at the confluence of the South Fork Crooked River and Beaver Creek. Early explorers described the lower Crooked River's floodplain as large and filled with waist-high grasses and willow trees. Beaver were also plentiful, especially on the upper river and tributaries, thus fur trappers frequented the region until the beaver were depleted. Photo by the Bureau of Land Management.
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