Nearest Town: Mountain Home
Directions: E of Boise on I-84 Exit #64; zero odometer; E on Blacks Ck Rd 6.4 mi to fork in rd; L (NE) on Blacks Ck Rd to Three Point Mountain pass at mi 14.8; descend on Blacks Ck Rd (FS 189) along Wood Ck to Willow Ck Trailhead at mi 18.2; continue to the town of Prairie; S on FR 121 to Danskin Bridge and continue S to Cow Ck River Access; turn L (SE) and continue on FR 121 to Anderson Ranch Reservoir; turn R (S) to cross dam and continue S to US 20 via Anderson Dam Rd.
Description: All land from I-84 to the top of the pass is private and traffic is fast. Please bird from road and be careful when driving slow. Bluebird boxes will appear on the fence posts as you ascend the pass. Once at the top of the pass, land is public. Drop down along Wood Creek. While the trailheads and trails provide only moderate birding opportunities, riparian zones between the trailheads are good for nesting warblers. Check high slopes for Lewis’s Woodpecker and nesting Red-tailed
Hawk. Eventually you get to the town of Prairie on the main plateau and again all land is private and fenced. Western
and Mountain Bluebirds, Western Wood-Pewee, Sandhill Crane, American Dipper, Sage Thrasher, Bobolink, Vaux’s Swift, Brewer’s and Chipping Sparrows, hummingbirds, and swallows can all be found.
USFS (208) 587-7961
Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce (208) 587-4334