8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Location: Richard Moya Park
Let’s begin fall with a visit to 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 star attraction is the Eastern Bluebird. And, because of the riparian habitat, surprise sightings usually happen. Belted Kingfisher? In addition to spotting birds, behavior activities will be discussed.
Directions: From Hwy 183 heading south, turn left at a traffic light onto Burleson Road. Travel east for approximately 1.3 miles and turn right into the park. Look for people standing in the parking lot with binoculars pointed to the sky.
Walk will proceed if noticeably light drizzle is present; in the event of heavy/steady rain or lightning, walk will be cancelled.
Leaders: George Kerr and Judith Bailey
For more information, contact Judith at firstname.lastname@example.org
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. We change locations each month. Membership is not required. Registration is required and trip size is limited to 30 participants. We will be following Travis Audubon’s COVID-19 Policy, including masking regardless of vaccination status, if we are still in Stage 4.