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Turnipseed Camp

An excellent addition to birding in Cheaha State Park, this site is easily reached via the Talladega Scenic Byway. Mature, mixed pine-oak forest provides a good stop for woodland songbirds. Good location for breeding Scarlet Tanagers, Black-throated Green Warblers, Ovenbirds. Watch for Blue-headed Vireo.

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Ashland City Park

A small city park with opportunities for songbirds and woodpeckers year round. Pay particular attention to the small copse of mature woods. Combine this site with a visit to nearby Clay County Public Lake.

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Cheaha State Park

Mt Cheaha is Alabama’s highest point, and it is one of the southernmost locations to find a number of the state’s more interesting breeding birds, such as Blue-headed vireo, Cedar waxwing, and Sharp-shinned hawk. Additionally, as the park is located in the middle of the Talladega National Forest, the area consists of vast tracts of […]

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Flat Rock Park

Day-use park. Swimming, picnicking, fishing and a short nature trail await. The unique location sits on 25 acres of granite with excellent access to beautiful Lake Wedowee. Address: 7115 CR 870 Wedowee, AL 36278 Phone: 256-396-2338 Fax: 256-396-5446 Hours of Operation: May-Sept. 9 am-8 pm Admission Fee: Free ACTIVITIES: FAMILY ACTIVITIES, FISHING, HIKING, SWIMMING, TRAILS

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