|The Wetlands & Wildlife National Scenic Byway in Barton, Stafford and Reno counties|
in central Kansas has lots of areas to watch birds.
|The Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area is |
the largest wetland in the interior U.S.
According to the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, there are lots of great spots to watch birds. The top 10 locations are:
1 - Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area
2 - Quivira National Wildlife Refuge
3 - Cimarron National Grassland
4 - Baker Wetlands Research and Natural Area
5 - Gypsum Hills Scenic Byway
6 - Historic Lake Scott State Park and Wildlife Area
7 - Marais des Cygnes Wildlife Area
8 - Konza Prairie Biological Station
9 - Toronto Reservoir, Cross Timbers State Park and Toronto Wildlife Area
10 - Wilson Reservoir, State Park and Wildlife Area
State parks are also great places to see birds. According to KDWPT, in the late winter, Lovewell Reservoir, State Park and Wildlife Area can host up to one million snow geese in flocks large enough to be seen on weather radar.