Weekly Birding Walk in the Park
Sat, April 22, 2017
Every week a ranger guides a walk to find and identify birds, plants, sights and sounds at one of the most beautiful places in the Big Bend Region! This walk is for the amateur and experienced birder, as well as any visitor, young or old who wants to learn about wildlife, the park, and its bird life. Bring water, binoculars, and field guide.
The Davis Mountains State Park is a designated Globally Important Bird area bragging 365+ species of birds throughout the year, so you never know what you will see. This weekly survey allows birders a chance to find birds in their wild habitat, and by logging the bird list on the internet, allows future visitors to find out who's flying and when!
The location may change; check at Park HQ for current meeting place.
Bring binoculars, field guide, water, hat. Dress appropriately for the weather. Approximately two hours, 1.25 miles.