Flint Creek Water Park

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Most Sought Species at This Site:

Mississippi Kite, Chuck-will’s-widow, Brown-headed Nuthatch, Prothonotary Warbler, Painted Bunting

Flint Creek Water Park is a camping and recreational area surrounding a reservoir. Primary habitat is southern mixed hardwood forest. The marshy area at the end of the northwestern arm of the lake can harbor a variety of waterbirds. There are numerous hiking trails through the woodlands and along the lake. With its wide range of lodging facilities ranging from handicap-accessible cabins to primitive tent sites and its many water-related recreational opportunities, Flint Creek can make a pleasant and birdy base for exploring other birding sites in coastal Mississippi. To local birders, the presence in winter of species that tend to be scarce further southward like Purple Finch and Pine Siskin make it particularly attractive at that season. But visitors will find its variety of woodland species worth a visit during any season.

GPS: 30.87097 -89.12086

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Updated: 9/17/2013