Field Trip: January 3, 2020 - Friday 
Circle B Bar Reserve - Lakeland

Hernando Audubon

Hernando Audubon

Established 1959

Trip Leaders: Wally and Lee Handeland
Phone: Cell 757-373-0287 (Lee) or 757-636-6229 (Wally)

Meet at the Reserve parking lot at 8:00 a.m.
(Please arrange your own car pooling).
Circle B Bar Reserve
4399 Winter Lake Road
Lakeland, FL 33803
Tel.: 863-534-7377

This will be Hernando Audubon Society's 10th field trip to the 1,267-acre former ranch acquired jointly in 2000 by Southwest Florida Water Management District and Polk County Environmental Lands Program. The former pastureland was restored to a marsh system, which has attracted a variety of wading birds and waterfowl, as well as Ospreys and Bald Eagles. At least 100 bird species have been photographed there, including the locally rare White-faced Ibis. Walking trails pass through freshwater marshes, oak hammocks, hardwood swamps, and along the shore of Lake Hancock. There are nine wide, interconnecting trails on the property, covering more than six miles. It is flat, easy walking, affording great views of marshland with many varieties of birds. There should be plenty of photo opportunities. Admission is free. Bring your own lunch and beverages. You can walk any distance you are comfortable with, as there are many options for trails. Stay for more birding after lunch if you like.
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.
Roseate Spoonbill
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