This dirt road is lightly-traveled and can be walked and birded along its entire length for a wide variety of birds including Olive-sided Flycatcher. The northern 8-mile section from Route 10 to Powley Place offers the best birding. Look for a variety of woodland warblers including Chestnut-sided, Blackburnian and Yellow-rumped. About eight miles down the road is Powley Place, and on the left side of the road is a neat bog where two American Three-toed Woodpeckers were found breeding in 2000.