Birding Site Guide to Dixon Towersite Printable Site Guide DIXON TOWERSITE Edge Wade, 2010 48 acres Pulaski Co. DeLorme 46, F-2 GPS: 37.9971192642,-92.1589831473 Map: http://extra.mdc.mo.gov/documents/area_brochures/4904map.pdf MDC owned; for more information call 573-368-2225 Directions: From Dixon, go 3 miles west on Hwy. 133. Site entrance is on the left (southeast) side. When to Visit/Species to Expect: Late spring, summer. Pine Warblers and Chipping Sparrows, and other oak-hickory species (e.g., Eastern Wood-pewees, Great Crested Flycatcher, Red-headed Woodpecker) are likely. Features of interest to birders: Pines, one-acre mowed area, grass and oak-hickory forest near the tower provide easy, pleasant viewing opportunities. Toilets: None Camping: None Hazards/Limitations: None noted Nearby Birding Sites: Rinquelin Trail Lake CA, Clifty Creek CA, Schlicht Springs Access, Riddle Bridge Access, Gasconade Hills CA.