If you’ve always wanted to go birding at Caddo Lake, but haven’t gotten around to it, a great opportunity is coming up soon. RESERVE YOUR CABIN NOW for this April event! More detailed information to come, but here’s the general outline:
Caddo Lake State Park Bird-a-Thon (fundraiser for TAS)
April 2-5, 2020. Trip begins officially early evening Thursday, April 2, with wine and cheese happy hour and ends noonish as we head home on Sunday, April 5.
Leaders: Terry Banks, Virginia Rose, Celeste Treadway.
Registration will be limited to 12 people in addition to leaders, so first come first served! Registration is $250, which includes 2.5 days of birding and a Pontoon boat tour. Reserve your spot here.
If you’d like to stay IN THE STATE PARK, click here to see cabins and registration information. NOTE: Registration does not include cabin reservation. You are responsible for reserving your cabin, and the registration will not be refunded due to inability to secure a cabin.
Cabins fill up quickly! Once they’re gone, choices will be non-cabin camping site or shelter if still available, or out-of-park lodging.
We usually wait until March to open registration for Birdathon teams, but since this event is dependent upon securing quick-filling lodging, we are posting this early. Watch the TAS site for more information around Birdathon time. Until then, good birding!