Exploring Lake Casa Blanca, Part 2 -- Ranchito Road
Join us for the second in a three-part series of exploring your Park!
May 25, 2013
from 09:00 AM to 11:00 AM
|Where||Lake Casa Blanca International State Park|
|Contact Name||Holly Reinhard|
|Contact Phone||(956) 725-3826|
From butterflies, to prickly pear, to javelinas; Lake Casa Blanca has lots of nature to explore. Bring the family and join us on this unique three-part series. In each Saturday program, we'll have a "target list" of animals or plants to find, and we will either sketch or describe the items we find. If you can't make all three of the programs, please feel free to join us for whatever you can. However, visitors who participate in all three programs will take home a certificate and a small prize.
This week we will be walking Ranchito Road. Bordering the Park to the north, this road divides the Lake from a unique pond wetland ecosystem. Expect to see many types of birds, and maybe a White-tailed Deer or two! The road is paved; walk will be about 1.5 miles round trip.
All ages welcome. Meet at the Main Park Entrance. Please bring drinking water, sun protection, bug spray, and good walking shoes. Binoculars will be provided, or bring your own. Don't forget your camera!
Dates of Park Event:
- Saturday May 18th
- Saturday May 25th
- Saturday June 8th.