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Cottonwood Marsh photo by Peter Burke

Accessible Brush State Wildlife Area - Morgan County
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Description: A trail goes to a lake reclaimed from gravel mining. Turkey, bobwhite and pheasant are hunted here. The riparian habitat here can be great for migrant landbirds; Swainson's Warbler has been reported from here. In summer you might be able to find a pure Baltimore Oriole among the Bullock's and the hybrids, and Red-headed Woodpecker is a good bet.

Habitat: Pond, Lowland Riparian, Hedgerow/Shelterbelt
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Directions: Take I-76 Exit 90B and go north on Colorado Highway 71 1.5 miles to junction with CR-28 and continue north on CR-28 1 mile to parking area.
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