flows NE to Siksikpuk River at Gunsight Mtn. and S end of Gunsight Pass, 41 mi. N of Anaktuvuk Pass, Arctic Slope. 22 miles long.
So named by W.W. Patton, Jr., U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in 1950 "because our field party camped along the stream during autumn season."