Watersheds Bryant Creek Tributaries
Bollinger Branch drains a small area west of Dora. It drains south from
the Highway CC ridge; west off Highway 181; and north from a county ridge
Dora is on 181 at the head of the Branch. Bird Springs is on county gravel
near the spring called Bird Spring.
A county road crosses the Branch near its mouth. This road connects Highways
181 and CC. There are several gravel roads in its upper watershed.
Watershed Size: About 10 square miles.
Elevation varies from 1,060 feet above sea level north of Crossroads
to 640 feet at its mouth. This is a change of 420 feet.
Birdtown Hollow is a tributary of Bollinger Branch. Bollinger Branch
is perennial for a mile up to Birdtown Hollow. Birdtown Hollow is perennial
for a mile and a half up to Bird Springs.
Landscape & Special Features
Most of the Bollinger Branch watershed is pasture land, especially the
gentle upper slopes and broad ridges. The densest forest is in the steep
Topographic Maps: Sycamore, Dora, Curreall NW, and Gentryville.
School District: Dora.