Robinson Canyon – Pine Creek Conservation Area

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Seasons

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Location

Robinson Canyon is part of the Pine Creek Conservation Area managed by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. The canyon is on Hwy 218 and only a mile west of Pine Creek Road and about 10 miles from Fossil. This road is rough and probably requires a high clearance vehicle. It winds its way through juniper and rocky canyons. There is a gate on this road so please close the gate behind you. A sign-in is required.

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Habitat and Birds

Listen for Rock and Canyon Wren. Mountain Quail are here along with Red-naped Sapsucker and Cedar Waxwing. Listen for Green-tailed Towhee and Ash-throated Flycatcher.

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