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BIRDING & WILDLIFE VIEWING

  • Birds and other wildlife abound on the private forty-acre tract surrounding A Little Log Cabin in the Woods, which is specially managed for enhanced wildlife habitat. The bird feeder near the front porch gets lots of avian traffic.
     
  • We are directly in the migration path of the Sand Hill Crane. Sightings in the hundreds are frequent during October, November and December, and again during the northern migration during February and March.
     
  • Patoka Lake recommended for wildlife viewing by USA TodayPatoka Lake is home to nesting bald eagles. Indiana DNR at the Patoka Lake Visitor Center sponsors an Eagle Watch program in mid-January. Call for information.
     
  • The Patoka Lake Visitor Center has guided nature walks.
     
  • Common sightings at the cabin include a pair of flying squirrels, wild turkeys, grey fox and owls of several species.
     
  • Binoculars and bird identification guide available.

 

A Little Log Cabin in the Woods (812) 936-3000 6522 W. CR 875 S., French Lick, IN 47432

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