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Lamar Haines Memorial Wildlife Area
A window into the past, this old homestead on the south slope of the San Francisco Peaks comprises two springs in a small, scenic mountain meadow. The springs form a small creek and pond which, with large ponderosa pine, fir and aspen trees, provide excellent habitat for migrating songbirds and c...
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Kendrick Park Watchable Wildlife Trail
Description: On the road to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, Kendrick Park is a large meadow surrounded by ponderosa pine and aspen. The trail offers breathtaking views of the San Francisco Peaks, Kendrick Park and Kendrick Mountain.

Wildlife to Watch: A variety of mammals and birds include pronghorn, mule deer, elk, coyote, badger, and Abert’s squirrel. Steller’s jay, mountain and western bluebirds, mountain chickadees, violet green swallow, hairy woodpecker, and red-tailed hawk are relatively easy to see here. Reptiles that may be encountered on a hike include eastern collared lizard, greater short-horned lizard, plateau lizard, and gophersnake.

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Other Activities: The site offers two loop trails, up to 1.5 miles. One has universal accessibility and both trails have interpretive displays.

Ownership: U.S.D.A. Forest Service 
Size: 2000 acres 
Closest Town: Flagstaff

Facilities:
RestroomsParkingHikingHandicap Accessible

Best Seasons for Wildlife Viewing:
SpringSummerFall

Pronghorn - photo by USFWS
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Driving Directions:
The trail is adjacent to U.S. Hwy. 180, approximately 20 miles north of Flagstaff on the southern end of Kendrick Park, west of Hwy. 180.

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Kendrick Park Watchable Wildlife Trail : Wildlife Viewing Area