There is a disagreement on how many mounds have been saved from destruction. Most sources mention 12, but when they list them
the descriptions vary. For example, there is a disagreement on whether there are 6 or 7 conicals along Edgewood Drive, one or two
linears near the library and whether there is a bear effigy in the southwest corner of the site. The map on college campus shows 15
surviving mounds or their parts. Two obviously destroyed mounds include a bear that used to be in the spot of central parking lot, and
a oval just south-west of the intersection of Edgewood Drive and Woodrow Street.
Of those I checked out, the bird is in the best condition. It's well marked, and the mound itself and the entire area around it covered
with forbs and grasses - even without a fence it's unlikely that someone would want to walk through the site (see below).