Woodland Birds in Lebanon Hills Park

Sat, May 25 , 2019
7:30 am - 11:00 am

Lebanon Hills Regional Park
Lexington Avenue South & Cliff Road,
Eagan, MN 55123

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Lebanon Hills Regional Park is a terrific place for both migrant and resident songbirds! Join friendly birders seeking the sounds and colors of springtime in a section of this beautiful 2,000-acre regional park in Eagan.  We will walk maintained woodland, meadow, and lakeside trails. 2018 sightings included Canada and Mourning Warblers, Scarlet Tanager, and Wood Thrush. Meet at the Holland Lake entrance.


From St. Paul, take 35E south. Exit at Cliff Rd/Cty Rd 32, go east approx. 2 miles.

The Holland Lake entrance is on the north park boundary in the eastern portion of the park, just west of Holland Lake, at the intersection of Lexington and Cliff Road (aka Dakota County 32), between Pilot Knob and Dodd Roads.

Special Instructions

Bring binoculars and a field guide; consider bug repellent, water, and a snack.


No registration required.


Strenuous because of distance and hilly terrain.


Paul Spreitzer   651 646 6309  paul.spreitzer@gmail.com.