Check out what Jordan Lake Has to Offer in the Winter

Are you a nature enthusiast or bird watcher? You might enjoy Jordan Lake in summer but the winter can be just as fascinating. It is a bit too chilly to be out on the lake but the area has a lot of offer besides water sports. Jordan lake boasts hiking and walking trails, even a self guided tour of the local flora and fauna as well as more scheduled events.

This weekend take advantage of some great birding opportunities with local naturalists.

Jordan Lake State Recreation Area Events

January 20 @ 10:00 amMay 14 @ 10:00 pm

JLSRA events
Sat, Jan 20, 2pm – 3pm
Sun, Jan 21, 9am – 10am

Winter Surprises!
Some birds are only seen at Jordan Lake in the winter.  Doc Ellen will talk about the Jordan Lake Bald Eagles and the winter migratory birds that join them each year. Discover that winter is a great time to go birding at Jordan Lake. Presentation will be held indoors at the visitor center.
Sun, Jan 21, 9am – 10am
Join a ranger Ebenezer Day Use Area. Learn about the bald eagles of Jordan Lake and let’s see what other birds we can spot and identify!!!  Ranger will be located around the volley ball court.  Please come prepared for the weather.  If rain, program will be canceled.   A spotting scope will be available and if you have binoculars please bring them.  For further information, contact ranger Steve McMurray, 919.362.0586 ext. 219.

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