New Birding Trail on the Greenway

As of April 27, 2024, part of the Oklawaha Greenway has been officially designated as the Oklawaha Birding Trail! (If you weren't there, you can see what you missed below; there's also a photo in our Photo Gallery and more on our Facebook page.)

See the map below for the location of the birding trail. There's bird-related signage along the birding trail as well as some other spots along the greenway. You can see all of the signs below.

Download the map full-size (approx. 9.7 x 10.1 inches). Will open in a new tab/window.

The Oklawaha Greenway boasts three eBird hotspots, areas of high bird activity. At the south end is Jackson Park, at the north end is Berkeley Mills Park, and midway between the two is the Patton Park access.

The new birding trail welcome sign has been installed on the Patton Park access, which leads to the birding platform and native plant garden. From there visitors can walk north or south on the greenway to learn more about birds and their habitats.

We hope to encourage local birders to utilize the greenway as an area to explore native species. In addition we want to introduce local residents to the world of birding, and educate them on the fundamentals. Finally we wish to welcome guests from other areas and introduce them to birding in Hendersonville. The greenway has a variety of habitats including forests, meadows, wetlands and creek banks. This makes the area ideal for a variety of species year-round.

We hope you will come out and visit the new birding trail!


Blue heron


Birding Trail Signs


Grand Opening announcement

eBird Hotspot sign

eBird Hotspot sign

What Bird sign

Who Lives on Greenway sign

Why Fly South  sign

Bird Languages sign

Which habitat sign

Peak at Beaks sign

eBird Hotspot sign

eBird Hotspot sign