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Birding Walks at the Heard Museum

Prairie & Timbers Audubon Society and the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary will hold a bird walk the second Saturday of the month, September to May.


The walks are intended to help beginners and immediate birders with bird spotting and identification techniques. The walk will last about two hours. Bring binoculars if you have them.  The leader often continue birding thru the morning or you can walk the trails on your own.

Where:  The Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary, McKinney, TX.
When: 
2nd Saturday -  Jan 14, Feb 11, Mar 11, April 8, May 13.
Time:  Walk starts at 7:30/8:00am.
Cost:  Participants sign in at the Heard Museum nature store and pay the normal entry fee to the Heard Museum -- free to Heard Museum members.  Fee includes access to museum and trails after the bird walk.
Directions:  US 75, Central Expressway (North from Dallas, or South from McKinney)

1. Exit Central Expressway at Exit 37 - Stacy Road heading East on Stacy Road,
2. Take Stacy Road East to Greenville/Hwy 5, ~1 Mile,
3. Turn Left (north) onto Greenville/Hwy 5 and travel 2.1 miles to Country Club Rd/FM1378 (red light),
4. At Country Club Rd/FM 1378 turn Right - Heard Museum sign at the intersection,
5. Travel ~1 mile on Country Club Rd/FM 1378 and turn Left just past the brown Heard Museum sign.

Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary
1 Nature Place, McKinney, TX 75069
latitude, longitude: 33.1574751, -96.615278

Click HERE to view map, or you can call 972-562-5566.

Visit the Heard website, http://www.heardmuseum.org to learn about the many programs for children and adults.

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Last Update:  2 Dec, 2012
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