From I-5 in south Ashland, take Exit 14 and travel west on Ashland Street (Hwy 66). Go .7 miles and turn left (south) on Park Street. Take Park to Siskiyou Blvd (Hwy 99), cross Siskiyou with a little jag to the right and continue up the hill on Park Street. From Siskiyou, go .5 miles to where the ditch crosses under Park Street. This is between Crestview and Tamarack Streets. Park here (there is no parking farther up the hill). You can take the trail to the west for 1.5 miles or to the east for .5 miles.Directions
Habitat and Birds
Natural mixed conifer and woodland combined with ornamental yard vegetation. You might expect to see Rufous Hummingbird, Anna’s Hummingbird, Pileated Woodpecker, flycatchers (Olive-sided, Hammond’s, Dusky, Ash-throated, pewee, Pacific-slope), Steller’s Jay, Oak Titmouse, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Wrentit, Cedar Waxwing, 7 species of Warbler, Lazuli Bunting, and Lesser Goldfinch. Source: OFO Publication No. 19, Guide to Birds of the Rogue Valley, Massey & Vroman.