Beginner’s Bird Walk: Barkley Meadows Park

8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Barkley Meadows Park runs along the Onion Creek Greenway and is a relatively new park in Southeastern Travis County. Its gentle topography is typical of our Blackland Prairie and offers a variety of habitats including a riparian corridor, ponds, woodlands and open fields. There are good trails, so expect to walk about two miles. Winter sparrows and water fowl are expected birds. George Kerr, Celeste Treadway and Judith Bailey will be your leaders. Portable toilets are available.

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. Registration is not required. Need binoculars? We’ve got loaners. The location is different each month.

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Directions: Take Highway 71 east past the airport to FM 973 south. Take FM 973 South to the first light which is Pearce Lane. Make left turn on Pearce Lane and continue until you pass under the toll road (Hwy130/45). Make an immediate left turn onto the service road on the north bound side of Hwy 130/45 (DO NOT get on the toll road). Stay on the service road for a short distance. You will see a pond on your right which marks the park entrance road. The sign says Barkley Meadows Onion Creek Greenway. Follow the entrance road to the designated parking area where we will meet.

By participating in this Travis Audubon activity, you are subject to our Event Policies and Liability Waiver. Please click here to review this policy.