The Little Satilla watershed covers an area of 1,119 square miles in southeast Georgia, USA. The hydrology of the area is characterized by a humid subtropical climate that receives an average of 50 inches of rainfall annually. The region experiences warm, humid summers and mild winters. The watershed contains several small streams and rivers that eventually flow into the Little Satilla River. The Little Satilla River is a popular recreational area known for its fishing and boating opportunities. No significant snowpack occurs in the region due to its location in a subtropical climate. The surface water in the watershed is impacted by agricultural activity and urbanization, leading to nutrient runoff and pollution. There are no major reservoirs in the Little Satilla watershed. Climate data shows a warming trend in the region over the past few decades, and increased precipitation variability.