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SeasonOpen through Sun Oct 13 2013
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Bird songs are common throughout the forest surrounding the cabin. The varied thrush and the hermit thrush are the "seldom-seen" inhabitants of the dense timber, though their distinct calls lift from the forest floor. The loud drumming of the dilapidated woodpecker, the largest woodpecker in North America, is also heard occasionally. Nuthatches, chickadees, and Steller's jays are all common at Imnaha.
Diverse landscapes in the Rogue river-Siskiyou National Forest provide habitat for a wide-range of wildlife in the area, from spotted owls and bull elk to squirrels and salmon. These species, along with many others, depend on surrounding undeveloped wilderness, undisturbed wetlands, clean streams, and diverse forests to live.