From the Junction of 26 and 126 in Prineville, travel 5.1 miles NW on Hwy 26. Turn north on Woodward Road. The marsh is a 0.25 mile down this road. This is private land. There is no access and viewing must take place from the road.Directions
Habitat and Birds
This marsh is one of the largest in the county. Marsh birds like Marsh Wren and Harrier are common. Virginia Rail nest here as do Wilson’s Snipe. The main attraction is the Tricolored Blackbird. They nest here nearly every year from late May to early July.