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Rimmy Jim Tank

Cameron, Arizona 86020

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Rimmy Jim Tank (restricted Aug 2014)
Coordinates: 35.7143224, -111.4750099
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Tips for birding Rimmy Jim Tank
Signs on a locked gate say Rimmy Jim is closed thru 2019 for an antelope study.
From Arizona Bird Network

This very unscenic spot is well worth a check during passerine and shorebird migrations. Lines of tamarisks attract migrant songbirds of many flavors, and shorebirds are attracted to rare access to mudflats in the middle of a desert. In winter, look for raptors and check Horned Lark flocks for possible longspurs. The turnoff from US-89 is marked by turn lanes (one in each direction; there aren’t many of those along this stretch of road) and you can see the patch of tamarisks from the highway.
From Northern Arizona Audubon Society