COYANOSA DRAW. Coyanosa Draw, formed by the junction of Antelope Draw and Musquiz Creek in southwestern Pecos County (at 30°39' N, 103°20' W), runs north for sixty-two miles to its juncture with Hackberry Draw, five miles south of the Pecos River (at 31°17' N, 103°07' W). The draw runs through steep to gently sloping terrain surfaced by variable soils that support creosote bush, tarbush, and sparse grasses. It crosses Interstate Highway 10 sixteen miles west of Fort Stockton.
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