Cedar Hill State Park - Cedar Hill Texas
N 32° 37.300 W 096° 58.750
14S E 689595 N 3611149
Quick Description: Cedar Hill State park is well known for its scenic bird watching.
Location: Texas, United States
Date Posted: 3/27/2009 9:30:48 PM
Waymark Code: WM63KH
From the website: (visit link
Birdwatching is a popular activity year-round at Cedar Hill State Park. The most sought after bird at the park is the Painted Bunting. Painted Buntings abound in the Park from the first week of May through August each year. The park is home to other neotropical migrants including the Yellow-billed cuckoo, the Indigo Bunting, the Chuck-will's Widow and many others. Fall and winter brings: Ruby-crowned Kinglets; Yellow-rumped Warblers; Gold Finch; American Kestrel; and Cedar Waxwing. Resident birds include the Eastern Bluebird, the Greater Roadrunner, the Loggerhead Shrike, the Red-tailed Hawk, the Great Horned Owl, both the Turkey and Black Vulture, and the Bewick's Wren. The park's bird list contains almost 200 species!
Park Name: Cedar Hill State Park
Sponsoring Organization: Texas State Wildlife
Handicap Accessible?: Yes
Website: [Web Link]
Entrance Fee: 5.00 (listed in local currency)
List any Hides, Birding Towers, or other structures to assist in Birdwatching found at the location: Not listed
Parking Coordinates: Not Listed
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