Bird Island on Lake Ouachita

According to the Purple Martin Conservation Association, the Purple Martin is the largest member of the swallow family in the U.S. For a few weeks during the summer, you can see large numbers of these acrobatic birds on Bird Island.

Going to the Birds in February

Several Arkansas State Parks in eastern Arkansas are “going to the birds” this month! From bird watching to birding tours to learning to lure birds to your backyard, you’ll find a great variety of events and workshops focused on learning

Bird Walk with Ornithologist Joe Neal

From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. this Saturday, March 30, ornithologist Joe Neal will guide a bird walk at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks in Fayetteville. Neal will point out and discuss migrating and local species. Don’t forget to

Birding at Millwood State Park

Arkansas offers exceptional birding opportunities throughout the state. One prime location is Millwood Lake in Ashdown. The lake and the surrounding environs are rated tops in the state for bird watching. Three destinations — the lake, the spillway and Okay

Birds and Breakfast at Hobbs

Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area in Rogers just announced a new program series titled “Birds and Breakfast,” and we aren’t talking scrambled eggs and coffee, y’all. Well, you can enjoy a cup of coffee or juice. You’ll also experience a close

Winter Lake Cruises

Winter lake cruises to view eagles are popular throughout the Ozarks and River Valley. In November, Lake Dardanelle State Park in Russellville offers free cruises to see our national symbol as well as many other spectacular birds like white pelicans,