Roadside,with some parking at North side, or along side West side of 23 Mile Road
A very seasonal spot that really took off the summer of 2015 with 5 County first birds. If you are making the journey to check this spot, you can check my Birding blog for any updates. It will be checked regularly, during shorebird migration, or any routes to Duck Lake I take.
There is a drive past the trees on the North-West side that you can pull in to, or pull over to the West Side of the road for viewing. There is a small enough area for setting up scopes along the edge of the road. There is a fairly small drop off to the field there which does require some care, while parking and standing.
There is extremely limited Shorebird habitat in Calhoun County, and this field was a minor miracle. Some heavy rains helped to push the water of a swampy area in to a cattle field allowing for a large area of shallow water close to the road.
County first birds:
Additional shorebirds found here: