Birdwatching hotspot: Lumberjack Trail

By Tyler Warhurst

This excellent trails system provides a dozen miles of birding opportunity. Bald eagle, ruffed grouse and woodcock sightings are fairly common. A wide variety of lowland and upland settings makes this a great place for a walk as well as seeing a variety of wildlife. Pets allowed.

Length: 4.6- and 12.5-mile loops

Location: From Boulder Junction, continue east on Old Hwy K approximately 1 mile to Concora Road where you will find the parking area. Access is also available at the trailhead off Hwy K, by following Hwy M south about 2 miles to Hwy K and turning east.

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