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Eldon Lyon Park

Oklahoma County

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By Feodora Stewart, from the OKC Audubon Society, 2007


The following, by Feodora Stewart, is excerpted from the OKC Audubon Society Eldon Lyon Park Page. Please visit their page their page for a complete account:

Description: A well maintained 60-acre walking park with paved paths throughout, located two blocks west of Rockwell Avenue on 36th Street. Primarily mature oak trees, some sycamore elm, pine and a grove of honey locusts. The park is surrounded by mature trees on three sides with large open spaces centrally located.

Directions: Go north from Interstate 40 at Rockwell Exit to 36th Street. Turn left (west) two blocks. Ample parking. Restrooms in pavilions.

Please see the excellent OKC Audubon Society Eldon Lyon Park Page for complete details on birding this area and the birds one may find.

 

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