Whether observing from the open boulder fields, hiking trails, or mature forests, birding enthusiasts will not be disappointed. From atop the sandstone boulders is the perfect location to view birds of prey as they soar high above Weiss Lake. At the base of the boulders Eastern Phoebes nest in the rock clefts. In the mixed-wood forested area, you may be fortunate to spot a
Great Crested Flycatcher or a Pileated Woodpecker. For more information about species found at Cherokee Rock Village, visit Cherokee Rock Village – Alabama Birding Trails.