Take a break from the hustle and bustle and visit Birdsong Nature Center. With over 560 acres of wildflower meadows and natural landscape, you will be surrounded by complete serenity during your visit. Experience the beauty of nature first hand when you venture through Birdsong.
What is known as Birdsong has been transformed from pristine longleaf pine forest to a plantation, a farm, and now a learning center and conservation. The founders, Betty and Ed Komarek, created this wildlife haven so others could have a place to explore and be one with nature. The living museum habitats and outdoor classrooms are used year-round for hands-on learning. There is so much nature to be seen and so much to learn when you visit Birdsong. If you are a fan of birds, you will enjoy the bird-viewing Birdsong has to offer. Also, the gardens and pools at the nature center have attracted over 160 species of birds. Not to forget, you can get your steps in with over 12 miles of nature trails for exploration. In addition, butterfly gardens and pavilions can also be found at Birdsong.
Walking, hiking, bird watching, and so much more can be done on the trails at Birdsong. To maintain complete serenity, Birdsong does not allow pets, running or jogging, bikes, or any type of vehicle such as 4-wheelers on the trails. So, rest assured when you visit, you will enter a relaxing oasis.
Hours & Memberships
The trails are only open on the weekends — Saturday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Sunday 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. All member friends of Birdsong will receive a newsletter six times a year, discounted admissions to programs, 10% off at the Chickadee Gift Shop, invites to member-related events, and free admission to nature trails and the bird window.
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