We enjoyed exploring the Conservation Area. The roads were easy to follow and pullouts had interpretive signs. I learned to recognise the kind of terrain that supports raptors, so later in the trip we were able to recognise similar places and look for raptors.
Down at the Snake River, we were delighted to see a Horned Owl sitting in the low branches of a tree by the river.
We were there in the middle of the day and didn't expect to see many birds - so we were pleased by the water birds on the Snake River. On a hot day, it's nice to picnic on the green grass by the river at the dam.
The Conservation Area might not appeal to people who are not birders.
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