Beginners’ Bird Walk: Berry Springs Park

8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Berry Springs Park is located north of Georgetown. It has a flat trail that is paved in parts and is crushed granite in parts. It has a pond, a pecan grove, a large meadow as well as the wooded areas along Berry Creek. The various areas make Berry Springs a perfect habit for a variety of birds. We will hopefully see some of our year-round resident species as well as some that come to central Texas for the winter. We’ll hopefully see woodpeckers, bluebirds, raptors and herons or egrets and a variety of sparrows among others.

Restrooms are available, and there is a site review at for anyone wanting info about accessibility features.

Leaders: George Kerr and Lance Felber

Contact Lance with questions:

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. Travis Audubon membership is not required, but registration is required. Need binoculars? We’ve got loaners. The location is different each month.


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.