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Lots of waterfowl, songbirds, and shallow flatwater/riparian/marsh wildlife. The vegetation on either side of the trail is dense tule, so you can’t land and walk around. The USFWS doesn’t allow it anyway.
Not worth a destination trip, but if passing through or visiting the area it may be worth a half-day excursion. We spent the weekend camped in adjacent Lava Beds National Monument to explore the caves. The canoe trail was a one-time diversion.
The water trail further north on Klamath Lake is better. See the write-up in Oregon (www.paddling.net/places/showReport.html?1937).
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