Habitat and Birds
Explore Ruh Red Road by driving east for 7.4 miles to where it crosses the Silvies River.
Birding productivity depends on water levels. In high water years, the marshy areas give a close view of many wetlands birds, however you may be limited as to how far you can drive as the east end of the road may be impassible due to high water.
In low water years, Sage Thrashers, sparrows, and Loggerhead Shrikes are common. Burrowing Owls have been found here with some regularity.