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The Bison Savannah consists of a stand of mature oak trees on the west side of the Bison Field. Since the area is fenced off, one is forced to bird this area from the road. Consequently, it has not produced a lot of rarities. However, it rates a mention here because it is the place where one of our most unusual vagrants was found ... a Say's Phoebe in 1998. It is also a very reliable place to find nesting Great Horned Owls, Red-tailed Hawks, and Eastern Bluebirds.
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