Killbuck, Ohio 44637
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This road is adjacent to and crosses the Holmes County Trail.
The best area to bird this road is east of the Holmes County Trail. There is a pull-off on both sides of the trail. The fields on the south side are often flooded from late February through early April and can host waterfowl. The road is also flooded occasionally in spring. It is usually a quiet road. During waterfowl migration, a scope may be handy but is otherwise not really needed.
Both migrant Northern Waterthrushes and nesting Prothonotary Warblers have been seen here.
Township Road 92 in Killbuck Township traverses privately owned properties. Please view birds from the roadside only.
No restroom facilities.
Content from Elias Raber