Lebanon Buisness Park
There is a small marsh located within a business park in Lebanon, Indiana just off of I-65.
Shorebirds: This site hosts good numbers of shorebirds in the fall.
LeConte’s Sparrow: It is best to look for LeConte’s Sparrows on the west side of the marsh in the reeds and cattails.
Nelson’s Sharp-tailed Sparrow: For Nelson’s Sharp-tailed Sparrows, check the west side of the marsh in the reeds and cattails.
Dickcissel: Dickcissels can be found in the grassy areas leading back to the marsh.
Marsh Wren: Look for this species along the edges of the marsh.
Sedge Wren: Look for this species on your walk back to the marsh.
Where to Bird:
- The Marsh
The Marsh: Park near the small building at the end of the road* and walk west along the dirt paths. Turn left when you get to the end of the main pond. Follow this trail to the next corner of the pond and turn left. Follow this trail down to the marsh.
*Note: This is not an official park and is the property of the Duke Realty Corporation. We have never had trouble accessing this site, but please be aware that this is private property and follow any posted signs.
Not handicap accessible.
One unofficial trail back to the marsh.
Non-birding Equipment Needed:
Lenght of Visit:
- None Available
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From the South: Take I-65 North to SR-39. Turn left (south) onto SR-39 and go 0.6 miles to Enterprise Boulevard. Turn right (west) and follow Enterprise Blvd. to Council Drive and turn left (south). Park where Council Boulevard dead ends. Be sure that your vehicle is pulled to the side of the road and out of the way.
From the North: Take I-65 South to SR-32. Turn right (west) onto SR-32 and go 0.5 miles to Enterprise Boulevard. Turn left (south) and follow Enterprise Boulevard. to Council Drive and turn right (south). Park where Council Boulevard dead ends. Be sure that your vehicle is pulled to the side of the road and out of the way.