Susan Creek Falls

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Seasons

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Location

Bureau of Land Management, Roseburg District. From Glide, go E on Hwy 138 (MP 28.5) to Susan Creek State Park entrance; park in day use area on S side of hwy.

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Habitat and Birds

This whole area was burned in 2020 with probably 90% of the large trees killed.

Snags and early successional plants will be the normal habitat for many years to come

Woodpecker species should increase; Osprey, Harlequin Duck has been rarely seen, Common Merganser, Spotted Sandpiper and American Dipper along river; Nashville, MacGillivray’s, Yellow-rumped Warblers Black-headed Grosbeak, Warbling Vireo, White-crowned Sparrow Pacific Wren,

1.3-mi loop trail to falls

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