Best Bird-Watching Spots

Clarence Cannon National Wildlife Refuge:This refuge’s 2000+ acres are managed for the growth of wetlands plants. The terrain is flat and low. Floodwaters, snowmelt, and rain all move very slowly .

Busch Memorial Conservation Area:The 6,987-acre Busch Conservation Area also includes wetlands, ancient fields, grassland, crops, and 3,000 acres of woodland. The Busch Conservation Area’s lakes.

Schell-Osage Conservation Area:The 8,600 acres that make up this great birding hotspot in west central Missouri are designated as a conservation reserve. Its abundance of productive habitats makes it

Melvin Price Locks and Dam:The nearly nine miles of trails that make up the river lands region are one of its intriguing features, as they offer the ideal chance for birdwatchers and backpackers .

Mingo National Wildlife Refuge:is a relic of bottomland forest, marshes, and marsh that is fully protected and offers excellent breeding and migratory marsh habitat. 

Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge: is a fantastic site with marshes that are ideal for shorebirds and ducks who are wanting to feed and rest during the migratory season.

Roaring River State Park:This stunning state park in the Missouri Ozarks is well-known for its natural spring, its fish hatchery, and its excellent trout fishing, but birders also recognize it as .

Taberville Prairie Conservation Area:A relic of the grassland ecosystem that once encompassed more than a fourth of Missouri is the Taberville Prairie. Additionally, it is home to flora and fauna.

Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area: There are 17 wetland pools in the region, which provide 1100 acres of marshland, agricultural land, and rising marshes. 

Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge  :is a place called Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge. For migrating birds and other species, the 7,350-acre refuge was constructed in 1935 as a resting.

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