Gloyd Seeps–South

Moses Lake, Washington

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Come spring, this area explodes in color. Wildlife dots the landscape, but the bright and gaudy plumage of migrating birds (waterfowl and land dwellers) colors the sky, the bushes, and the water. Yellow-headed blackbirds, numerous warbler species, flycatchers, and, of course, meadowlarks galore flock here every spring to feast on the emerging bugs. Waterfowl also use the area as they migrate north. In short, this is a must-see site for anyone who considers birding part of their outdoor life. Hike out along the closed jeep track from the parking area, passing alongside a pond to quickly find a network of trails that lead along the eastern side of Crab Creek.

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"Come spring, this area explodes in color. Wildlife dots the landscape, but the bright and gaudy plumage of migrating birds (waterfowl and land dwellers) colors the sky, the bushes, and the water. Yellow-headed blackbirds, numerous warbler species, flycatchers, and, of course, meadowlarks galore flock here every spring to feast on the emerging bugs.

Waterfowl also use the area as they migrate north. In short, this is a must-see site for anyone who considers birding part of their outdoor life. Hike out along the closed jeep track from the parking area, passing alongside a pond to quickly find a network of trails that lead along the eastern side of Crab Creek."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Moses Lake
Distance: 3.5
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Season: Year-round
Trailhead Elevation: 1,200 feet
Top Elevation: 1,200 feet
Local Contacts: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Local Maps: Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Moses Lake
Driving Directions: Directions to Gloyd Seeps–South

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May 2018