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Cottonwood Marsh photo by Peter Burke

Accessible Triangle Grove - Sedgwick County
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Ownership: None Listed
Description: At 45 RD and 4 RD, Highway 385 makes a big bend. There is a nice mixed grove of pine, juniper, elm, hackberry, ash, and shrubs on this triangle of land. The trees are thought to be public road right-of-way. They can hold some nice birds during migration.

The fields here in the south part of the county hold Lapland Longspurs in winter. Other longspurs may be found during migration. Even Smith's Longspurs have been reported from Sedgwick County.

Habitat: Hedgerow/Shelterbelt
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Directions: From the Julesburg exit off I-76 (exit 180), head south on US 385 fourteen miles to the rightward (westward) bend in the highway.
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