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Browns Ferry Pond

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The pond at Brown's Ferry Park (bobcat)
Mallard drake on Brown's Ferry Pond (bobcat)


The pond in Brown's Ferry Park, originally created by beavers (now long gone) is a haven for various waterfowl, including green-winged teals, hooded mergansers, and shovelers. Red-winged blackbirds also nest here and there may be a great blue heron standing silently by the water's edge.

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