4. Stough Reservoir
Habitat: Stough Reservoir is a small reservoir surrounded by ponderosa pine and white fir. There are small inclusions of Aspen, and willow thickets. This impoundment is favored by families and local anglers out for a nearby getaway. The matrix around Stough Reservoir consists of intermediate to open conifer stands with a backdrop of the Bear and Honey Pot, a steep cliff formation. Northeast of the campground, a series of meadows provide additional birding opportunities.
Birds: Prairie Falcon, Rufous Hummingbird, Wild Turkey
Directions: From Cedarville travel 5 mi W. on Hwy. 299, (between the Summit and the Ski Hill) then turn N. and travel 0.8 mi on Stough Access Rd.
Information: Modoc National Forest, 530-233-5811