Saturday, March 21, 2020
Birding at Ahhochee Hill Sanctuary 

Hernando Audubon

Established 1959

Top: Downy Woodpecker
Bottom: Eastern Phoebe
Trip Leader:

Bev Hansen - 352-682-0460

Meet at the Sanctuary at 8 a.m.
The sanctuary is located at
24268 Lake Lindsey Road, Brooksville.

Florida Audubon's Ahhochee Hill Sanctuary is 270 acres of protected wildlife habitat surrounded by other publicly protected land.  The property was left to Florida Audubon Society by Lisa von Borowsky, one of Hernando Audubon's first board members and a longtime supporter of Florida Audubon.

Recently a Longleaf Pine Habitat Restoration project began on 140 acres through a USDA grant. Hardwoods have been thinned to allow for natural reseeding of the pines from the existing pine forest. The photo at left shows a partial view of the restored pine forest. The photo was provided by Christie Anderberg.

The property is open to chapter or group visits by special arrangement.

White-eyed Vireo
Field Trip Guidelines
Fields trips are open to everyone interested in birding. Non-members are welcome.

To participate, contact the trip leader
to confirm time and meeting place.

We suggest comfortable clothing, insect repellent, suncreen, and water or other suitable beverages.
 Eastern Bluebird

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