Millwood State Park

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Millwood State Park

Millwood is in southwest Arkansas just a few miles north of Texas. This large shallow lake attracts a variety of birds. The park's bird checklist contains more birds than any other location in the state and the area is noted for rare and unusual migrants. Migration seasons are excellent birding times and winter features eagles and waterfowl. Park campsites are available year-round.
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Birds of Millwood State Park and Vicinity

With varied habitats and abundant food sources, the Millwood Lake area attracts multitudes of birds year-round and is widely regarded as one of Arkansas’s premier birding locales. As of October 31, 2000, 331 species of birds have been identified,either on the lake itself or within the adjoining territories of Hempstead, Howard, Little River and Sevier Counties. The region has hosted 18 first Arkansas records. Included among these are those for black-bellied whistling duck, black-necked stilt, parasitic jaeger, pomarine jaeger, long-tailed jaeger,little gull, black-headed gull, glaucous gull, black-legged kittiwake, sabine’s gull, bridled tern, inca dove, greater roadrunner, calliope hummingbird,broad-tailed humming-bird, northern wheatear, couch’s kingbird and mccown’s longspur.





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