Webcam Island Park - The view of the river Henrys Fork
About webcam "The view of the river Henrys Fork" in the city Island Park
Henris Fork is a tributary of the Snake River, approximately 127 miles (204 km) long, in the southeastern part of Idaho in the United States. It is also called the North fork of the Snake River. Its drainage basin is 3,212 square miles (8,320 km 2), including the main tributary - the Teton River. The average annual discharge measured at the river mile of 9.2 (Henri-Fork near Rexburg) by the USGS is 2096 cubic feet per second (59.4 m 3 / s) with a maximum daily recorded flow of 79,000 cubic feet per second (2.240 m 3 / s) and a minimum of 183 cubic feet per second (5.18 m 3 / s). The river is named after Andrew Henry, who first entered the Snake River Plateau in 1810. Working in the Missouri Fur company, he built Fort Henry on the upper Snake River, not far from the modern Saint Anthony, but abandoned this first American mail next spring. You have a view of Henrys-Fork. The source of the river is in the Big Springs at the exit from Lake Henris (10 miles northwest of Big Springs). The lake is subject to significant falls from irrigation diversions during the summer. At the end of the season more water enters the stream, allowing the fish to rise from the lower part of the river. The nature protection sponsors the training station near the output stream. Look at the river and get a lot of useful information for yourself through the lens of the web camera installed there. this picture is round-the-clock and is filed online in real time.