Ashland Pond

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2060 Road (Ashland/Lithia Park)

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North Mountain Park

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Hyatt Lake (Reservoir)

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Emigrant Lake

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Oredson Todd Reserve/Talent Irrigation Ditch

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Pilot Rock

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Mt Ashland

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Hooper Springs

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Seasons

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Location

Ashland Pond is worth a visit. From Highway 99 west of the center of town, take North Laurel to the north, turn left on Nevada, then right on Glendower. Park at the end and walk down the dirt path. The pond is in the Bear Creek Riparian corridor.

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Habitat and Birds

In addition to the birds at North Mountain Park, here you could find Cassin’s Vireo, Western Wood-pewee, Lazuli Bunting, Anna’s or Rufous Hummingbirds, Green Heron, Pacific-slope Flycatcher, Hutton’s Vireo.

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