Guzzlers are storage tanks that are spacifically designed to collect rain water and make it available to animials in dry regions of the country. These supplementry water drinkers can be escecially useful during the dry summer months when water is sparse and can possibly cause animals to migrate out of an area.
Guzzlers have a long history being used by a variety of wildlife from small critters to pheasant, deer and big horn sheep. Through out the years, thousands of guzzlers have been installed by individual land owners, government agencies, land trusts and conservation districts. The result is a network of watering holes that are used by wildlife across the rural and remote western states.
We hope the information on this site will answer some of your questions on the effective use of wildlife water guzzlers in your particular area.