Directions: Go north on Highway 101 0.8 mile to Northcrest Drive, turn left go 5.8 miles (Northcrest becomes Lake Earl Drive) to Lower Lake Road, turn left, go 4.3 miles, turn out by large red building on right to view pond. 


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 Alexandre EcoDairy Farms
Best birded by car, the pond and verdant fields of this beautiful EcoDairy is a must see because of the concentrations of waterfowl and shorebirds and the possibility of rarities. The pond’s water is lowest in fall and highest winter-spring when Mallard, Gadwall, American Wigeon, yellowlegs, dowitchers, and sandpipers congregate, and Red-tailed and Red-shouldered Hawk and Peregrine Falcon appear. Rarities include Eurasian Wigeon. Stilt Sandpiper, and all eight species of blackbirds have been recorded here. Common birds are Bald Eagle, Great Egret, Snowy Egret, Great Blue Heron, and Aleutian Cackling Goose. A small herd of American bison roams the fields.
alexandre ecodairy farm map
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