WOOD HOLLOW CREEK
WOOD HOLLOW CREEK. Wood Hollow Creek is formed by the confluence of Little Wood Hollow Creek and Big Wood Hollow Creek just south of the Wood Hollow Mountains in central Brewster County (at 30°07' N, 103°13' W) and runs south for five miles to its mouth on Reynolds Creek, two miles west of the Peña Blanca Mountains (at 30°03' N, 103°13' W). Little Wood Hollow Creek rises at the northern end of the Wood Hollow Mountains (at 30°10' N, 103°10' W) and runs southwest for five miles. Big Wood Hollow Creek rises at the northeastern end of the Wood Hollow Mountains a half mile southeast of the source of Little Wood Hollow Creek (at 30°10' N, 103°10' W) and runs southwest for 5½ miles. The surrounding steep to gentle slopes are surfaced by variable soils that support oak, mesquite, scrub brush, and sparse grasses.
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