From Lonerock, take Main Street north and it will become Buttermilk Canyon Road. The road continues appox. 8.8 miles down into Buttermilk Canyon, a farm nestled in a very small valley if you wish to bird this far. Turn around here.Directions
Habitat and Birds
This area has the best stand of juniper trees so could harbor Gray Flycatchers and Ash-throated Flycatchers. Mountain Bluebirds and Chipping Sparrow are also possible. Vesper Sparrow has been seen and Lazuli Buntings, Say’s Phoebe, and Horned Larks dodge the occasional Loggerhead Shrike. Rarities include Grasshopper Sparrow and Varied Thrush.