Things To Do Huntsville: Birding on Whitaker Preserve in Paint Rock with John Ehinger

By: Huntsville Real Estate Expert Mike Manosky On November 7, 2016

When: Saturday, November 12, 2016, 8-11 AM

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Birding on Whitaker Preserve

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(2 hours / Easy)

Flat grasslands are an amazing spot for kids AND birds!  The Land Trust manages the Roy B. Whitaker Paint Rock River Preserve for The Nature Conservancy in Alabama. John Ehinger is an enthusiastic birdwatcher, hiker, bicyclist, and paddler. John served as the editorial page editor for the Huntsville Times and wrote a regular birding column as well as an online birding blog at   Please – no dogs on this hike.

Directions:  Meet at Hardee’s in Gurley, 5972 Hwy 72 East Hwy 72, at  7:45 am.  We’ll caravan up Highway 72 to the Whitaker Preserve.

Discover 60+ miles of Land Trust Trails with us this fall. These FREE hikes offer natural beauty and exercise for the entire family!

Suggested hiking equipment: long pants, comfortable shoes with good tread, bottled water, hiking sticks, trail snacks, and camera.  Dogs welcome but must be on leads.  In case of rain, hikes will be cancelled.  Please verify cancellation via our website or on Facebook at Land Trust of North Alabama.

Courtesy Huntsville AL Real Estate Broker Mike Manosky.


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