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South Shore Playground parking area to Burkett Park to Roadrunner Loop

A Pair of Inca Doves
A Pair of Inca Doves
Not many birds out today but I spotted these Inca Doves.
User: MikeHikes - 2/10/2017

Location: San Angelo State Park

Rating:
Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 9.80 Miles  Elapsed Time: 3 hours, 45 minutes

Comments:

Leg 1 - Playground parking area > Tasajilla Flats> Nature Trail > Nature Loop > Lanky Lackey > Suzanne's Trail > Burkett park       3.8 miles

Leg 2 - Burkett park > Winding Snake > Chaparral > Playground parking area     3.0 miles

Leg 3 - Playground parkng area > Roadrunner Loop > Playground parking area    3.0 miles

Temps in the low 60's to start and mid-70's to end, Strong West wind, and sunny.

Leisurely hike along dry, hard packed dirt and rock trails.  Not too many birds out today, perhaps because of the wind.  Picked up two bags of trash and found a couple of piles of cans I'll get on another day.

Not much else to say except pick up any trash you find and make sure you don't leave any yourself.

NOTES

Water, shade, info kiosk and toilets available at Playgraound parking area.

Water, shade, info kioska nd dry toilets available at Burkett Park.

Water and shade available at multiple campsites alongside Roadrunner Loop.  At the mid-point of the Loop there is a toilet as well.



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A Pair of Inca Doves
A Pair of Inca Doves

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