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Pole Mountain Reservoir - Jackson County
Ownership: None Listed
Description: This small reservoir is among the best in the county to look for breeding ducks, and is likely quite good during fall migration as well. Nearly every duck species that breeds in North Park is found in numbers here, along with Eared and Western Grebes. Buffleheads can be found here during the summer, though it is unlikely they breed here. During fall migration look for divers and loons, and possibly gulls. Shorebirds are possible when the water level is sufficiently low.

Habitat: reservoir
Directions: from Walden, head south on SR-14 for 13 miles to CR 24 and turn right (west). Follow CR 24 for a little over 2.5 miles and turn left on CR 26. Follow CR 26 for a mile and turn right on CR 26A. Follow this road for 2 miles to the reservoir, on the left.
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CBRC Records from Pole Mountain Reservoir

SpeciesAccession No.Date(s)
American Black Duck8-78-39/4/1972 - 8/31/1973