Beginners’ Bird Walk: Richard Moya Park

7:30 AM – 9:30 AM

Come out for the Beginners’ Bird Walk at Richard Moya Park in southeastern Travis County. The 92-acre park on Onion Creek was once a pecan grove; and its gentle topography is typical of our Blackland Prairie. The park has a mix of riparian, grasses and large trees so it supports a variety of birds. You never know what you will find, but we usually see a few Eastern Bluebirds. We’ll also look to see which summer residents of central Texas are still around.

The park has a wide concrete path that is mostly flat, so should be easy to navigate for all.

Please contact Lance Felber if you have questions about this walk:

The Beginners’ Bird Walk is held on the first Saturday of each month and is open to birders of all levels and ages. It’s free. It’s fun. Membership is not required.  Need binoculars? We’ve got loaners. The location is different each month. If the location for this month is not posted yet, check back later.


The email used to register for this walk will be used to communicate any changes or cancellations due to weather or other factors. Please ALWAYS check your email inbox on the morning of the walk, prior to leaving your home, in case of last-minute changes in the trip plan. Please also check to be sure our emails do not land in your spam folder. When in doubt, please call or email your trip leader. We encourage participants to put the leader’s email address in their safe sender list. Their contact information is included in this trip description.