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Easter Morning Birding Experience

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Sun, 04/08/2012 - 11:00am - 10:00pm


Devil's Sinkhole State Natural Area
PO Box 678
Rocksprings, TX, 78880
Phone: (830) 683-3762
See map: Google Maps
Guided Tours, Hiking/Walking Trails, Wildlife Watching, 9-12, 13-15, 16-18, Over 18, Educational Activity, Family Activity, Nature Activity, Weekend Activity

The Easter Morning Birding Experience will begin at the Rocksprings Visitors Center on the Rocksprings town square (where all tours begin) and guests will ride the Batbus to Devils Sinkhole State Natural Area. On our last Easter Morning tour, guests saw five different kinds of warblers and a total of twenty-five different species. Since Spring seems to be coming early, the endangered golden-cheeked warbler and black-capped vireo might be around, too. The Easter Morning Birding Experience will begin at 6 A.M. and local hotels are offering discounts to participants when reservations are taken before April 1. Easter is April 8 this year. The Devils Sinkhole State Natural Area has two brand new birding blinds and terrific guides. Both experienced and novice birders are very welcome to this event. $10 per person, discount for novice birders (10 YOA minimum)

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