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Birdwatching in Corn Creek

Visit one of Nevada's best birding sites and a desert oasis

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Corn Creek is located in the Desert National Wildlife Refuge. You can stroll along nature trails, visit streams and ponds, and see lush vegetation which makes this place especially attractive to our feathered friends. Enjoy bird watching in a calm outdoor setting. You can find more than 320 species, especially desert and migratory birds.

The most common species of birds are Crissal and Le Conte’s Thrasher, Phainopepla, Western Kingbird, Warbler, Sparrow, Sapsucker, Woodpecker, Flicker, Kinglet, Roadrunner, and more.

Corn Creek is located at an elevation of almost 1,000 m, so it can be several degrees colder than in Las Vegas. The best time to visit is during fall and spring bird migrations, in the morning and evening hours.

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