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Cottonwood Marsh photo by Peter Burke

Accessible Brush Prairie Ponds State Wildlife Area - Morgan County
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Description: This section of prairie habitat is sometimes flooded, primarily in early summer, and attracts ducks and shorebirds. There are some seasonal restrictions on access, but birders can get in at most times of the year, provided they check in at the check station located at Brush Memorial Park, just south of US 34 on Clayton on your way to the SWA.

Habitat: Pond, Grassland/Prairie
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Directions: Take I-76 Exit 90A and go south on Colorado Highway 71 into Brush. At US-34 go west for 1 block to Clayton St. Go south through town for 2.5 miles. A pull-off for the SWA is on the right.
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