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I walk here occasionally and each time see bird watchers who seem to be the most regular visitors here. They have a decent sized parking lot and keep the paths mowed. As always check for ticks after visiting a with any outdoor pursuit these days
Birding trip. Visited at 8 am on a February morning, and walked some of the trail. Lots of Rough-legged Hawks, Northern Harriers (including Gray Ghosts) and a couple of Short-eared Owls. Ravens, Eastern Bluebirds. Check the feeder on the way in.
Has a comfort station!
Bring your binoculars or spotting scope to view many bird species that nest exclusively in grassland ecosystems. Bobolinks, grasshopper sparrows, meadowlarks and upland sandpipers are easily seen in June while endangered short eared owls are present in the winter. Quiet, peaceful place.
I usually go during the winter or colder weather. I have better luck than. My trip this morning yielded only a few bird sightings and several deer sightings. At 7 AM the sunrise was beautiful and the air crisp. I could hear birds in the...More
A place mostly for bird watching. It is best to go early in the morning but we went a bit later. So we did not get to see any interesting birds. They have built a brand new observation deck. Could smell the fresh cut wood....More