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Zanjero Park is a 20-acre park of agricultural land with a paved path along with a side dirt path. It is part of the canal trail system for bikers, runners, and walkers. It's small next to a busy freeway but it packs a punch when it comes to bird watching. For how small it is, it has a lot of birds entering the park from red-winged blackbirds, ducks, herons, and burrowing owls. The burrowing owls are the main attraction. The city of Gilbert placed roughly 60 artificial burrows to attract and house burrowing owls. The owls are a hoot and easily seen. The park is free and open from 6am to 10pm daily. The paved path extends to some baseball field and areas that house chickens and other barnyard animals.