A nine-mile system of habitat trails offers upland bird hunters opportunities for mountain quail and blue and ruffed grouse.
Game bird hunters now have a network of walking trails to hunt quail and grouse in the Fish Creek Flat area of the Diamond Lake Ranger District, Umpqua National Forest. The U.S. Forest Service partnered with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to develop more than nine miles of game bird habitat on trails.
The trails have been tilled, fertilized and seeded to create habitat for a variety of wildlife including mountain quail, blue and ruffed grouse. Game bird walking trailheads and parking spots are marked with the Game Bird Stamp Funds sign.
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