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.Directions
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).