The Satilla Watershed covers an area of 4,400 square miles in Georgia, USA, and is one of the largest watersheds in the state. The area experiences a humid subtropical climate with hot summers and mild winters. The watershed is fed by several small streams and rivers, with the Satilla River being the largest. The hydrology of the watershed is affected by frequent rainfall and occasional flooding. The surface water of the watershed is used for various purposes, including irrigation, fishing, and recreation. There are several reservoirs in the watershed that provide freshwater for drinking and other purposes. The watershed is also home to various species of plants and animals, including rare and endangered species. In recent years, the area has experienced increased rainfall and flooding, which has impacted the local communities and ecosystems.