Beginners’ Bird Walk: Commons Ford Metropolitan Park

8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Come for a winter walk on the banks of the Colorado River, through 40 acres of restored native prairie that supports diverse wildlife and amazing grassland birds. During this season, several species of sparrows can be seen including LeConte’s, Lincoln’s and Song. Often, Great Horned Owls are seen in the old Pecan trees below the prairie. Hawks, ducks and occasionally kingfishers fly by over the river.

Restrooms available: 2 port-a-potty and 1 composting toilet. To get to the meeting spot, drive to the end of the road through the park.

Leaders: George Kerr and Judith Bailey

Contact Judith if you have 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. Memberships is not required. Registration is not required. Need binoculars? We’ve got loaners. The location is different each month.


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