Wildlife around the disappearing Frazier Park pond are dying.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Frazier Mountain Park Pond has been drying up over the course of the last few months now.
Residents have been trying to get the wildlife that live in the area such as fish, ducks, and turtles, moved to a different location. They have also tried to get the dead fish out of the water.
People who were walking around the pond say that Fish and Wildlife have told them not to take any fish out of the water because it would result in a fine.
Fish and Wildlife say that as of now nobody has been cited, but they are patrolling the area.
However, this is not stopping some people from getting close to the pond in order to take the dead fish out and throw them away.
The residents of Frazier Park say that they want their lake to come back. Not only was it a place for them to get together, but it also served as a tourist location for fisherman around the area.
Frazier Park Public Utility District say they still have no immediate solution to solve the disappearing lake.
All residents are doing now is hoping for a possible solution to come out of the impossible.
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