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Plaza Track Park
Tulsa County

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This account has written in 2007 by Terry Mitchell.


Plaza Track Park. 4/10ths of a mile South of 11th Street on 145th East Avenue. This little known park has some great birding opportunities. The open trees next to the parking lot are good for Warblers and migrants in the spring and fall. Go west from the parking lot and cross a small stream to the main trail network. These trails are good for Acadian Flycatchers, Louisiana Waterthrushes, Kentucky Warblers and other deep wooded birds. Follow the trails up the hill and it opens up to open Woodlands. Painted Buntings, Yellow Breasted Chats and Field Sparrows are some off the birds you will find in this area. This little birded park has great potential.

 

The GPS Coordinates of the park are N 36 degrees 08.529', W 095 48.956'.


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