Diamond Craters

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Seasons

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Location

Diamond Craters Outstanding Natural Area is a unique volcanic field packed with with craters, cinder cones, and lava flows.

To find the Diamond Craters, travel south two miles past Buena Vista (17 miles north of Frenchglen) on Hwy 205. Turn left on Diamond Lane. This is a paved road that will lead to Diamond, Diamond Craters, and the Round Barn. Travel 6.8 miles and turn left (north) on Lava Beds Road. Travel 4 miles and look for the signs to Diamond Craters.

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Habitat and Birds

Look for raptors, Chukar, Say’s Phoebe, Rock Wren, sparrows including Black-throated, Lark and Vesper.

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