Warm Springs Natural Area Field Trip - Red Rock Audubon

Join Zane Marshall for birding at the Warm Springs Natural Area in Moapa!

6 Attendees
Event Type: Field Trip
Open to Non-members: Yes
Members Price: $5
Non-members Price: $10
Start Time: 10/06/2023 07:30 AM
End Time: 10/06/2023 11:00 AM

Location: Warm Springs Natural Area

    4240 Warm Springs Rd
    Moapa NV, 89025

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The Warm Springs Natural Area, owned and managed by SNWA, is contains more than 2 dozen natural springs which form the head of the Muddy River.  This 1250 acre area is a natural stop for many migratory birds and home to some of the most endangered fish, including the Moapa dace.  It also provides a breeding area for the southwestern willow flycatchers and vermilion flycatchers. SNWA will provide a local guide to show us the flora, fauna and the natural springs in the area. 

Registration:  All participants must be registered. Registration is limited to 12.

Some of the trails are paved, others may be gravel or dirt.  Because the springs are so close to the surface, some areas may be muddy. As always, when birding in our arid climate please remember to bring enough water, protection from the sun, and snacks as needed for yourself. Don’t forget your binoculars if you have them.

What to see what birds have been seen there?  Check out this ebird hotspot: here

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