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Glaze Meadow & Gobbler's Knob

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Pole Creek Trail

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Park Meadow Trail

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Camp Polk Meadow

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Trout Creek Swamp

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Calliope Crossing

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Rooster Rock Burn

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GW Burn/ Dry Creek

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Cold Springs Campground

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Indian Ford Campground

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Location

Located 19 miles west of Redmond on Hwy 126/20. 21 miles west of Bend on Hwy 20. Once in Sisters, check out the following locations: 1) Feeders at the Forest Service Building at the Corner of Hwy 20 and Pine Street (44.291704, -121.554113) 2) Feeders at the NE corner of the Best Western Ponderosa Lodge on the corner of Hwy 20 and Barclay Dr. (44.298454, -121.559055) 3) Creekside Park on the east end of town at the corner of Jefferson Avenue and Locust Street (44.288813, -121.542884) 4) Mckinney Butte Road to the high school near the Best Western (44.288813, -121.542884)

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Habitat and Birds

At the edge of the Deschutes National Forest, this little town offers habitats that are in transition from the juniper forest to the east and the ponderosa pine forest of the lower Cascades. Best birds here include Clark’s Nutcracker, Pinyon Jay, White-headed Woodpecker, Pygmy Nuthatch, Western Bluebird and Red Crossbill. See the above locations for good spots to find all of these birds.

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