Egypt Valley Wildlife Area webpage
Egypt Valley Wildlife Area map
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The route outlined on the map below has lots of ponds, marshes, and rolling fields. Traveling count checklists may be submitted for this route to the Egypt Valley North Road hotspot.
Tips for birding Egypt Valley Wildlife Area
From Ohio Ornithological Society website
About Egypt Valley Wildlife Area
Egypt Valley Wildlife Area is situated in the southeastern part of Ohio, in Belmont and Guernsey counties. The primary access to the area is I-70 and OH-800. Morristown is located 3 miles east of the wildlife area. Land acquisition for the Egypt Valley Wildlife Area began in 1995 with 14,300 acres being purchased from The Conservation Fund. Ducks Unlimited, The National Wild Turkey Federation, and the Ruffed Grouse Society all partnered with the Division of Wildlife in the purchase and to date approximately 18,011 acres have been acquired. Piedmont Lake, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake, managed by the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District is located in the middle of the two land parcels that make up Egypt Valley Wildlife Area.
From Egypt Valley Wildlife Area webpage
No restroom facilities.