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Cottonwood Marsh photo by Peter Burke

Fleming - Logan County
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Ownership: None Listed
Description: Like other little towns on the prairie, Fleming has enough trees inside it and few enough around it that it can act as a pretty decent trap for migrant landbirds. The city park (near the school—just follow the panther tracks) has some trees, but you're probably better off just browsing the neighborhoods. If landbirds don't cooperate, the four small sewage ponds may console you. They are mostly scannable from the south side of US 6 just east of town.

Habitat: Urban/Suburban, Pond
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Directions: Fleming is along US-6, 20 miles east of Sterling. The town can also be reached by driving south on SR-55 for 12 south from exit 149 along I-76.
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