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Buffalo Road

Waldron, AK


When to Visit:
January - Less ProductiveFebruary - Less ProductiveMarch - Less ProductiveApril - Most ProductiveMay - Most ProductiveJune - Most ProductiveJuly - Most ProductiveAugust - Most ProductiveSeptember - Most Productive
October - Less ProductiveNovember - Less ProductiveDecember - Less Productive

This is a very good location for Red-cockaded Woodpeckers and Backman's Sparrows.

Specialty Species:

Red-cockaded Woodpecker

Bachman's Sparrow

Scissor-tailed Flycatcher

Painted Bunting
 

Red-cockaded Woodpecker: Look for this species in the open pine forests about 4 miles from the highway. Look for the marked trees with woodpecker cavaties on the north side of the road. Walk the trail up through the forest.

Bachman's Sparrow: Look in the same areas as the Red-cockaded Woodpecker.

Scissor-tailed Flycatcher: Look for this species on the first couple miles of road.

Painted Bunting: Look for this species in the shrubbier areas along the first couple miles of the road.

Where to Bird:

The first ten miles of the road can be productive.

4 miles from the highway is the best spot to see Red-cockaded Woodpecker.

Hours:

Open at all hours.

Fees:

None

Accessiblity:

All birding is done from your vehicle so it is all very accessible.

Trails:

There are no trails at this location.

Non-birding Equipment Needed:

Length of Visit:

2-3 Hours

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Directions:

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Address:

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Nearby Birding:

None