Big Thicket National Preserve lies along a major migratory flyway, and many species of birds fly through the area during spring and fall migrations.
Learn more about a few of our birds:
Popular Birding Areas
The 1-mile Sundew Trail loops through a wetland pine savannah habitat that is regularly treated with prescribed fire. The longleaf pine forest here provides good habitat for Bachman's sparrows, brown-headed nuthatches, and several species of woodpeckers.
Last updated: May 8, 2021