Meet trip leader Michael Drummond at the Longleaf Flatwoods Reserve parking corral on County Road 325 2.3 miles south of State Road 20. We’ll hope to see Bachman’s Sparrow, Brown-headed Nuthatch, and Red-headed Woodpecker, but birds won’t be our primary quarry; we’ll be looking at everything – trees, wildflowers, insects, reptiles, whatever we find.
Bring bug spray, sunscreen, and water.
Difficulty: 3 (may involve elevation change, uneven terrain, and/or distances greater than 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.