· Greater Prairie-Chicken
Small and isolated, this prairie town has a few mature deciduous trees. The cemetery south of town contains some good juniper hedgerows worth a quick look in winter or migration. Just east of town is the town’s sole sewage pond, which is small but can attract various waterfowl, ibis, and who knows what else!
Habitat: Urban/Suburban, Hedgerow/Shelterbelt, Lake/Pond/Reservoir
Directions: Otis is along US 34 thirteen miles east of Akron and thirteen miles west of Yuma. The sewage pond is just north of US 34 on the west side of CR SS.
Delorme: 95 D6
Roads of Colorado: 61 E2
Dates of Access: Open all year
Restrictions: Please respect private property
Lodging: Hotel in Akron or Yuma
Handicapped Access: Viewing from car and from town sidewalks
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