Toketee Lake

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Seasons

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Location

From I-5 exit 124 in Roseburg follow the signs for Hwy 138 east 59 miles, turn left on Forest Rd 34 (Toketee Rigdon Rd). At 0.2 miles stay left at the fork (right fork goes to the Toketee Ranger Station). Go 0.3 miles to Toketee Lake Dam; road follows the lakeshore with several pull-offs. Go 0.9 miles to campground road and boat landing at east end of lake with access to several trails and a small, birdy peninsula;

The campground will enhance your species list

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Habitat and Birds

Habitat: lake, river, riparian, marshy pond (other side of FR 34), mixed conifer.

Birds: Bald Eagle, Osprey, Willow Flycatcher, Spotted Sandpiper, both goldeneyes, waterfowl, Yellow Warbler, American Dipper, Common Yellowthroat,

Warbling Vireo

Best birding: May-June, Sept-Oct

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