Tybouts Corner Travel Guide

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Tybouts Corner Off The Beaten Path

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    by davecallahan Written Jun 25, 2007

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    We tried birding here with little success.
    There are a few trails that have been trodden into useable paths by hikers. But either the season (summer) or the weather (cloudy) or our luck that day netted sightings of only common birds (sparrows, wrens, robins).

    The park is very quiet with almost no sounds in it even though the major highways are less than a quarter-mile away. It would seem to be a great place for birding so we may just have to try it again on our next visit to relatives in the area.

    to get there:
    we used route 71 (Red Lion Road) east to route 13/7 (Dupont Highway) then south to Governor Lea Road then east to the entrance road to the park.

    Related to:
    • Road Trip
    • Birdwatching

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