Kiwa Trail

Flat graveled 1.5 mile loop through ash forests and open wetlands.
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The Kiwa Trail is adjacent to Oregon ash stands, sloughs, seasonal wetlands, and grasslands. The Oregon ash trees are excellent for cavity nesting birds such as woodpeckers, white-breasted nuthatches, swallows, chickadees, and wrens. The forests additionally attract warblers, wood-pewees, waxwings, and grosbeaks. Watch the sloughs for wood ducks, herons, and turtles. Close examination of the wetlands may reveal bitterns, rails, and shorbirds.

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Facts About Kiwa Trail

"Kiwa" is pronounced "kite-wa" in Chinuk Wawa and means bent or twisted.

**Currently closed for endangered sandhill crane nesting activity**