Hornsby Bend is gaining some spotlight in the latest April issue of Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine. The sewage ponds of Hornsby Bend may seem like an unlikely ecotourism destination for some, but those in-the-know flock to this premier birding site in East Austin. It has been known to host over 350 species of birds on its nutrient-rich ponds and bottomland forests. Click here to read the full article covering the history of Hornsby Bend and what famous birders have to say about it!
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