Spring is here! Wildflowers are blooming, the days are warming up, and a tiny songbird has returned to Texas from its wintering grounds in the tropics. Come out to Westcave Preserve for a chance to see one of North America’s rarest breeding birds, the Golden-cheeked Warbler. Learn how to identify the warbler, why it is endangered and what you can do to help. We’ll also take a short walk through prime warbler habitat in the hopes of seeing or hearing this iconic bird of the Texas Hill Country. The walk will last no more than 2 hours and website registration is required prior to attending. Cost is $15/person and space is limited to 15 people per walk. We encourage you to bring your own binoculars but have some available for use. These walks are weather permitting.
Warbler Walks will begin at 8 am on the following Saturday and Monday: