This curiously named lake is the smallest and shallowest of the three
Village Lakes and is located just south
of A.E.Sea. It can be reached from the
Red Barn by following the easternmost trail for
about a mile.
For much of the year, birding this lake is generally not worth the walk.
However, depending on the water levels it can be very good during fall
migration for early migrant waterfowl and shorebirds. Some of the rarer
shorebirds found here include American
Avocet, Western Sandpiper,
and Ruddy Turnstone and it is
the most reliable place on site for
Under the right conditions, the sedges and cattails along the eastern shore are a
fairly reliable place to find
Nelson'sSparrows and a
was see here in the spring of 1997.