Looking across Lake Elmer you can see some of the brush
anchored along the shore to protect fingerlings.
More fish havens and an egret working the shoreline.
One advantage of a small lake is the draw for wildlife into
a small area, making them easier to observe.
A cormorant taking flight.
The nearby town of Kingfisher came into being overnight with the Land Rush of April 22, 1889. It was named for an early resident actually called King Fisher. It also straddles the Chisholm Trail, and a statue of Jesse Chisholm is prominent in town.