SUNDAY, MAY 5, 2019, WHITE ROCK LAKE OLD FISH HATCHERY WITH CARRIE ROBINSON
Meeting Place: Proceed to where West Lawther and White Rock Road intersect. At this point you either go straight, if going south on West Lawther, or turn right if going east on White Rock Road. Go down the hill, under the jogging path and wind around past the guard house, filter building and sculling building. Park in the big lot where White Rock Road dead ends.
Description: Arrive promptly at 7:30 AM for a field trip, approximately 2-3 hours, on foot at one of Dallas' prime birding locations. As part of trash pick-up with group "For the Love of the Lake" a few minutes have been added to the bird walks there on Sundays, and pick-up materials will be provided.
Directions:At the junction of 175 and 635 (LBJ). Turn SE toward Kaufman. Go to the third side road - Beltline. Turn SE or right onto Beltline. Go 1.5 miles to the parking lot entrance at 10011 LOG CABIN ROAD DALLAS, TEXAS 75253 and meet Bob there. Description: The Southside Water Treatment Plant cleans about 50 million gallons of water daily, to return to the Trinity River. Its wetlands and surrounding area provide a welcome refuge to migratory and local birds, many of which are seldom seen in Dallas. We will focus on shorebirds, raptors and wading birds. This trip is limited to 15 people due to security concerns.
YOU MUST RSVP to Bob Stone by March 30, 2019. Email Bob at email@example.com using the following format with your information:
ROBERT STONE 9135 COCHRAN HEIGHTS DRIVE, DALLAS, TEXAS 75220
Field trips may be cancelled due to weather or for other reasons, at the discretion of the field trip leader. Notice of last minute changes will be posted ON THIS PAGE. Be on time because trips will depart at the "meeting" time. Most field trips are free and open to everyone, beginners to veteran birders, however some may have an associated fee which will be indicated. Be sure to dress for the weather and conditions, bring food and drinks as indicated, and be prepared with insect repellent, sun block, and a hat.
NOTE: It is very important that you RSVP for each trip where it is required.
To ensure our members and visitors have maximum opportunities to observe birds and nature, Audubon Dallas, Fort Worth Audubon Society, and Prairie & Timbers Audubon Society have agreed to put links on our Field Trips pages to the web pages of the other chapters. To check out what the other chapters are planning, you can go to these links. Happy birding!