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North Region

North Region Sites

Kings/Dobson Pass/Settler's Grove Subloop

Nearest Town: Wallace
Site Size: 37 miles

Highlights: Raptors, Shorebirds, Songbirds, Upland Birds, Waterbirds, Waterfowl

Access: Year-round. Snow may limit vehicle access. Access free of charge.

Directions: I-90 Exit #61; S to stop sign; L (E) on Front Street, bearing R (S) as it becomes 5th St and continue 3 blocks; L (E) on Bank St for 1 block and L (N) onto 6th; 6th becomes FR 456 as it leaves Wallace; N on FR 456 14 mi to Babins Junction; R on FR 9 for 5 mi to Murray; R (S) on FR 605 over King’s Pass to intersection with FR 456; L (S) to return to Wallace. SETTLER’S GROVE: 4 mi E of Prichard, you pass a large pond on the L; turn L at sign for "Eagle Creek #152" for 1 mi; L at fork onto FR 805 for 5 mi to grove.

Description: Pine Siskin, Red Crossbill, American Dipper in winter. Look for Vaux’s Swift in summer. At the Cedar Grove, enjoy the sparkling stream, giant trees and forest birds. Winter Wren and Swainson’s Thrush prevalent at Settler’s Grove in summer.

More Information:
USFS (208) 752-1221


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American Dipper
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Photo Copyright Tom Munson

Red Crossbill
Photo Copyright Michael Woodruff

cedar/hemlock 30%
low elevation mixed conifer 20%
other 50%

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Finches and allies Swifts Thrushes Wrens and Dipper


Season Abundance Region
R - Resident 1 - Abundant, easily found s - Statewide
M - Migrant 2 - Common, but sometimes difficult to find e - Southeast
W - Winter 3 - Uncommon or local w - Southwest
S - Summer 4 - Rare or very local c - Central
5 - Casual, 3-10 accepted records p - Panhandle (North)
6 - Accidental, 1-2 accepted records
7 - Experimental
(B) - Documented breeding evidence (End) - Threatened or Endangered
(b) - Circumstantial breeding evidence (Int.) - Introduced species

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