Nearest Town: Lewiston
Description: LEVEE PATH and WEST POND: The confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers is a wintering spot for thousands of waterfowl and a few Bald Eagle. The area is easily accessed by a levee walkway that runs for miles along the rivers. Walking along the levee paths often turns up Pied-billed, Horned, Eared, and Western Grebes, depending on the season. Lesser Scaup, Ring-necked Duck, Gadwall, Green-winged Teal, Northern Pintail, Ruddy Duck, Common and Hooded Mergansers, Redhead, Canvasback, and an occassional Long-tailed Duck are regularly seen. KIWANIS PARK: Look for Black-crowned Night-Heron. NORTH LEWISTON SEWAGE PONDS: Year-round sightings might include Wood Duck, California Quail, Marsh Wren, and American Goldfinch. Virginia Rail and Sora during spring and summer. FRED WARREN MEMORIAL FISH POND: Waterfowl are the highlight, particularly Eurasian Wigeon (Nov-March). Walk the levee to the E and you might see all three species of grebes.
IDFG (208) 799-5010
Lewiston Chamber of Commerce (1800) 473-3543