Birding Site Guide to Mount Hulda Towersite Printable Site Guide MOUNT HULDA TOWERSITE dec 10 Bluebird Edge Wade edgewATmchsi.com Nov. 2010 40 acres Benton Co. DeLorme 44, A-3 GPS: 38.3699252793,-93.1089001154 Map: http://extra.mdc.mo.gov/documents/area_brochures/4705map.pdf MDC owned; for information call 660-530-5500 Directions: From Sedalia, go 12 miles south on US 65, then east 11.5 miles on MO 52 to Rt. W. Go 6 miles south on Rt. W. From Lincoln, take Rt. H southeast to Edmonson, then go east on Rt. W. The site is on the east side of Rt. W. When to Visit/Species to Expect: Spring and early summer. Nesting Pine Warblers, flycatchers, and tanagers can be expected. Features of interest to birders: Now a radio tower site, the fire tower was donated to the Cimmaron National Grassland in western Kansas. The immediate vicinity of the tower has pines. Oak-hickory forest surrounds it. Toilets: None Camping: None Hazards/Limitations: None noted Nearby Birding Sites: Big Buffalo Creek CA, Lost Valley Fish Hatchery, Harry S Truman SP.