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Roca Canyon Birding

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Roca Canyon Birding

A small treasure with much to see!

Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Western Scrub Jay, Song Sparrow, Spotted Towhee, American Robin, Stellar’s Jay, Turkey Vulture, Red-tailed Hawk, American Goldfinch, Pine Siskin, Hermit Thrush, Evening Grosbeak, Brown-headed Cowbird, Black-capped Chickadee, Lesser Goldfinch, Acorn Woodpecker, Anna’s Hummingbird, and many more during spring migration!

Directions: From downtown Ashland, head southeast on Siskiyou Blvd. Turn right onto Mountain Avenue, follow uphill and turn left onto Ashland Street. Take second right (with SOU Science building to your left). Turn right onto Roca Street. To your left is a wooded glen known as “Roca Canyon”. Explore! You can also view birds around the neighborhood by following Roca Street uphill and turning right onto any of the side streets, and then continuing on an incline.

Outdoor Recreation Safety Note: Please be sure to read our safety note on our Outdoor Recreation home page.

Southern Oregon University

Southern Oregon University Sits Below Roca Canyon