Alachua Audubon Society

A chapter of the National Audubon Society

Barr Hammock Preserve New Woodlands Trail (CLEP)


September 30, 2017 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Michael Drummond

Meet trip leader Michael Drummond at the Sunoco station at the flashing light in Micanopy on US-441 and carpool to Barr Hammock South. Barr Hammock forms a land bridge between Ledwith and Levy Prairies, and is a county jewel that provides habitat for a wide diversity of upland and wetland species. We should see some migrant birds on this walk, but we’ll be looking at everything – trees, wildflowers, insects, reptiles, whatever we find.


Trail map for Barr Hammock South Trailhead


Difficulty: 2 (may involve uneven terrain one to two miles).


*The Conservation Lands Educational Program (CLEP) is designed to bring attention to local land conservation efforts. These trips are conducted on properties purchased to protect natural resources and will be led by a representative of the agency in charge, who will discuss ecological features and history. CLEP trips will be educational experiences, so the emphasis will be on much more than birding.

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