Join Travis County Staff for an interpretive hike at the BCP tract at the Snowden Tract (near the intersection of Anderson Mill Road and FM 2769). On the way, we'll walk through some nice Golden Cheeked Warbler habitat, and also visit a spring where the Threatened Jollyville Plateau Salamander is found.
The hike is of moderate difficulty, so come with appropriate footwear (hiking boots suggested; no flip-flops) and weather-appropriate clothing (jeans or cargo pants, coat or raincoat if temperature warrants, etc.). Also, be sure to bring sunscreen/hat, insect repellant, drinking water, and any snacks you may need. Hike is restricted to participants 8 years and older.
*Note* - Specific directions will be given to hike participants one week in advance of the hike.