Hazel Bazemore Park & Pollywog Pond Field Trip

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Saturday April 27

6:30 AM  –  12:00 PM

Hazel Bazemore County Park

Best known for its fall hawk watch, with the largest and most diverse migration of raptors in the U.S., this park will also give you a healthy nearby taste of South Texas. Green Jays, Kiskadees, White-tipped Dove, Couch's Kingbird and Buff-bellied Hummingbirds are only a few of our special species regularly seen at Hazel. More than one person has found their “lifer” Groove-billed Ani here. The bird list for the park currently stands at 351 species.

Pollywog Ponds lie a stone's throw east of Hazel Bazemore Park. With its lush vegetation and marshy areas, Pollywog consistently holds remarkable birds in any season. Least Grebes are here year-round. Green Kingfishers are resident. Watch for unusual strays here- can you say Masked Duck? Piratic Flycatcher? Stay on your toes at this site. Per eBird, 325 bird species have been found at Pollywog.

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Saturday, April 27

6:30 am to noon