Birding Site

Description

Ft. Rock State park/geological area provide cliff habitats for prairie falcon, barn and great horned owls and rock and canyon wrens. In the surrounding sagebrush you may also see nesting Brewer's Blackbirds and Sage Sparrows, Sage Thrashers, Says Phoebes, Western Meadowlarks, Western Kingbirds, Green-tailed Towhees and Northern Harriers. Gray Flycatchers and Black-throated Sparrows are observed in summer months, and in winter, raptors such as American Kestrels, Bald and Golden Eagles and Ferruginous, Re-tailed, Rough-legged and Sharp-shinned Hawks.

Address

County Road 5-10
Fort Rock
Bend, OR 97735

Lat/Long

43.35652400, 121.05389300
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541.947.6040

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