The Hubbard Watershed (HUC 12060105) is located in central Oregon, USA and covers a land area of approximately 1,226 square miles. The hydrology of the watershed is dominated by the Deschutes River, which flows through the center of the basin. The watershed has a high elevation and receives significant snowfall in the winter months, which contributes to the snowpack that feeds the Deschutes River during the spring and summer. The surface water in the watershed is primarily used for irrigation and municipal purposes. The reservoirs in the watershed are used to regulate the flow of the Deschutes River and provide water storage for downstream users. Interesting climatic facts include the high variability in precipitation and temperature throughout the year, which can lead to periodic droughts and floods. Trends in recent years have shown an increase in average temperatures and a decrease in snowpack, which can have significant impacts on the hydrology of the watershed.