Muleshoe Recreation Area

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Hancock Field Station

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Clarno Road

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Fossil (Town)

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John Day Fossil Beds National Monument - Clarno Unit

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Bear Hollow

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Girds Creek Road

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Kahler Basin Road

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Umatilla National Forest

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Cottonwood Creek Road

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Spray (Town)

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Bear Hollow County Park

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Service Creek

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Rowe Creek Road

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Twickenham Area

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Shady Grove Rest Area

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Burnt Ranch Campground

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Fossil Sewage Ponds

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Winlock Road

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Butte Creek Summit

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Julia Henderson Pioneer Park

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Priest Hole

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Pine Creek Conservation Area

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Clarno BLM Boat Ramp

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Rowe Creek Reservoir

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Hoover Creek Road/Hoover Creek Reservoir

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Shelton Wayside Park

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Kimberly Area

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Fossil Sewage Ponds - Farm Pond

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Seasons

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Location

From Prineville, Oregon, follow Highway 26 east for approximately 46 miles to the town of Mitchell. At Mitchell, turn north onto Highway 207 and follow for approximately 25 miles to the intersection of Highways 207 and 19. At the intersection, turn west (right) and follow for approximately 2 miles. Mule Shoe is located on the south side of the highway between mileposts 80 and 81. This location is 2.0 miles east of the town of Service Creek on Hwy 19.

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Habitat and Birds

This is another opportunity to access the John Day River. Yellow-breasted Chat, Bullock’s Oriole, Bank Swallow and other riparian birds are possible. Bohemian Waxwings have been seen here.

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