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Yukon City Park

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By Jimmy Woodard, from the OKC Audubon Society, 2007


The following, by Jimmy Woodard, is excerpted from the OKC Audubon Society Yukon City Park Page. Please visit their page their page for a complete account:

Yukon City Park, Chisholm Trail Park and Freedom Trail Playground are interconnected recreation facilities on approx. 100 acres in Yukon just north of I-40. The Copeland Nature Trail runs along a heavily wooded creek on the east side of the park. The trail includes tall cottonwoods and several patches of dense trees with heavy undergrowth. There is a gravel trail through the woods on the south end of the park. The north end of Copeland Trail is dirt or grass and follows along the 5-acre Mulvey's Pond. There is also a wide dirt trail along Spring Creek that goes north from the dam. This trail runs north across open fields to Chisholm Trail Park.

Directions: West of Oklahoma City on I-40. Exit north at Czech Hall Road. Turn west on NW 10th and turn north on S. Holly, the first street you approach.

Please see the complete account by Jimmy Woodard on the excellent OKC Audubon Society Yukon City Park Page for more details about birding this area and the birds one may find.

 

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