The bird hikes start at 8 am and last until about 10:30 am. Meet in the main parking lot inside the park near the restrooms. Following Fort Bend County Covid guidelines, attendees will be separated into groups of 10 plus one leader. Masks are recommended, but optional.
Photos by Wayne Poorman and Garrett Englehardt
Bird hikes are offered at Seabourne Creek Nature Park during the Spring, Fall and Winter (October through May) usually on the first Wednesday of the month starting at 8 am.
Coastal Prairie Texas Master Naturalists Bob and Carol Schwartz are bird hike leaders along with bird expert, Mark Scheuerman. To date, 224 species of birds have been seen within the boundaries of the park. This is a great learning experience and fun for birders of all abilities. Bring binoculars, hat, sunscreen, good waterproof walking shoes and water.
The bird hikes start at 8 am and last until about 10:30 am. Meet in the main parking lot inside the park near the restrooms. For a great bird hike, check out our Rules of the Road: Bird Hike Etiquette!
eBird! For the latest checklist of bird species seen at Seabourne, go to Seabourne e-Bird Species List.