Basin bird watching
Meseberg said Goose Island, on the reservoir, is a top spot for Caspian terns and several species of gulls. “Birders' Corner,” at the intersection of Dodson Road and Frenchman Hills Road, is a well-known area. North of Winchester Wasteway on Dodson Road is a circular walking trail with birding blinds set up by Moses Lake Audubon and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife primarily to watch marsh birds. The Job Corps Dike Road gives birders access to the North Potholes Reserve, and on the reservoir, the Lind Coulee arm holds large numbers of migratory waterfowl.
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