Paisley is 12 miles south of Summer Lake on Hwy 31 and 44 miles north of Lakeview.Directions
Habitat and Birds
Paisley is found in a low area east of the Fremont National Forest and right next to Chewaucan Marsh. Lush farmlands and riparian areas are bordered by dry desert. Forests are nearby to the west. In Paisley, you should always check for migrants. Check out the Paisley Sewage Ponds by turning north on Green Street (near the school). Go north until the road reaches the canal and turn right (east). This road will take you to the sewer pond gate. You can enter the gate and bird around the ponds. BE SURE TO CLOSE THE GATE WHEN YOU LEAVE. Continue on along the canal as long as you like. Return to the school along Hwy 31 and backtrack west to Main Street. Go south (left) on Main Street and drive to the end. Turn right (east) and look for an old cemetery. Bird this area. Return to Hwy 31 and go east a couple of blocks to Green Street. Turn right (south) and take this road as it turns east and becomes Lover’s Lane. Take Lover’s Lane east across Hwy 31 and bird it until it ends. Look for Bobolinks here in the summer.