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Clear Creek Lake Area
Stephens
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From the 1986 edition of A Guide to Birding in Oklahoma published by the Tulsa Audubon Society. This account was partially reviewed and updated in 2007.


To reach Clear Creek drive 8 miles west from the north entrance to Lake Fuqua Road; turn south and drive 4 miles, then right for 1.5 miles to a favorite birding site on the southeastern shore of the lake. Another good birding area is northwest around the lake near the upper end as indicated on the map.

The north end of the lake is exceptionally good for ducks and shorebirds. Other species seen in this area are generally the same as those found at lakes Fuqua and Humphreys. Birding is good on a year-round basis. The 560-acre lake is about 2 miles from Lake Humphreys.
 


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