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Cottonwood Marsh photo by Peter Burke

Accessible Bravo State Wildlife Area - Logan County
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Ownership: None Listed
Description: Like other South Platte SWAs in Logan County, this one has no trails, so especially if you visit in summer, you may have to bushwhack through thigh-high tick-infested weeds. Bring insect- and plant-proof pants or equivalent technology. The south parking lot provides a closer walk to the trees, where you can find three species of breeding oriole as well as Yellow-breasted Chat. The seasonally wet meadows to the south of the parking lot should be checked for snipe, migrating ibis and the like.

Habitat: Lowland Riparian, Wet Meadow
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Directions: To get to this SWA, take exit 125 off of I-76 (the Sterling exit), and head west towards Sterling. Take the first right from the exit unto the unmarked CR 37, and travel NE for 3.8 miles to the south lot of the SWA.
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