Spray (Town)

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Location

Spray is a small farming community 12.7 miles east of Service Creek on Hwy 207/19 along the John Day River.

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Habitat and Birds

In the town and in the surrounding farmland, lots of good birds can show up. Greater White-fronted Geese have been recorded here along with Common Merganser, Barrow’s Goldeneye and Bald Eagle. Others include Say’s Phoebe, Townsend’s Solitaire, Cedar Waxwing, Western Tanager, and American Goldfinch. Flooded farm fields can bring shorebirds and waders like the Least Sandpiper and Black-necked Stilt. Spray Riverside Park provides river access and a place to walk around.

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