Wireless Road Sparrow Patches
A = Scary Dog Kack
Named for the three legged dog that enjoys chasing
anyone who slows down.
B = Slough Kack
This provides a good vantage of the slough (Ruff,
Pectoral Sandpiper, River Otter). The willowy
edges are dependable warbler stops in the spring.
C = Implements of Destruction Kack
You'll know it when you see it: Virginia Rail,
warblers, Lincoln's Sparrow and an American
Avocet in the north pasture.
D = Schauermann Kack
Savannah Sparrows, American Pipits, Mandarin
Duck and Cattle Egret.
E = White Corral Kack
White-throated Sparrow, Palm Warbler, check the
pastures for White-tailed Kite
F = Horse Barn Kack
The manure pile attracts many kinds of sparrows and
the south pasture is where the White-faced Ibis were
in spring of 2000.
G =Teal Kack
This patch of willows borders the south end of the
main slough. This is another spring migrant spot
where Lazuli Bunting and Rose-breasted Grosbeak
have been seen.