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Fox Creek at Lake Wedowee

Considerable shoreline access and a boat launch afford a good view of Lake Wedowee. Expect swallows and Purple Martins in spring and summer, Belted Kingfishers, wading birds and Wood Ducks all year. During winter months, additional waterfowl, gulls and terns appear.  Keep your eyes peeled for Osprey and Bald Eagles, as well.

Directions: From Wedowee intersection at US 431 and A L48, go west on AL 48 for 9.5 miles. Turn left at boat ramp sign. From Lineville intersection at AL 9 and AL 48, travel east on AL 48 for 9.3 miles and turn right at boat ramp sign. (visit here for a guide to the birds of Lake Wedowee.)

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