HOUSTON AUDUBON URBAN BIRD SURVEY
Lorraine Cherry Nature Preserve
Lorraine Cherry Nature Preserve is an eBird hotspot. It's listed as West 11th Street Park.
Next Surveys: September 26 and October 5, 2023
Survey Leaders: Laura and Michael Bradham
Bird walks are held at the Lorraine Cherry Nature Preserve (formerly known as W 11th Street Park).
Weekly Morning Walks: September - May on Tuesdays. They start at 8 AM and are led by Laura Bradham.
Monthly Evening Walks: September - November and February - May on the first Thursday of the month. They start at 5:30 PM and are led by Laura Bradham and her husband Michael Bradham.
The preserve has about 1.75 miles of rustic unpaved trails. No restrooms are available. Meet at the kiosk at the entrance right across from the corner of Shelterwood and Pineshade.
About the Preserve
The Lorraine Cherry Nature Park Preserve is a 20-acre forest inside the loop 610, located at 2400 W 11th Street. It's located in the middle of the Timbergrove Manor neighborhood, fairly close to Memorial Park and the Arboretum. Great Horned Owl sightings are common during the months of September - March. The owls regularly nest in the park and can be observed raising their young. The preserve is Site UTC-093A on The Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail.