Telocaset Lane

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Seasons

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Location

From Union, travel south on Hwy 237 for about 8 miles (check out the big pond at about 7 miles). Telocaset Lane goes 1.8 miles and then crosses the railroad tracks. Eventually it runs about 10 miles in a southeastern direction and ultimately connects with Hwy 203.

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Habitat and Birds

Telocaset Lane goes through dry canyons, riparian strips, and farmland. Look for Chukar, Gray Partridge, Canyon Wren, and sage species. Rough-legged Hawks are common most winters. Wind farms have been established in this area and it is unclear what that might mean to bird populations on Telocaset Lane. Don’t miss a side trip to Reeves Mt Road (see below).

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