8:00 AM Saturday April 8
Norris Dam Songbird Trail Walk
Meet at the parking lot at 8:00 AM just below the dam where the gazebo is.
Coordinates 36.219264, -84.088346
Mindy Fawver and Doug Bruce will be the walk leaders. Any questions? Email:
This is an easy, flat 2.5-mile loop with a large concentration of birds. We may
get some spring warblers and other migrants.
Additional information about Norris Songbird Loop
Norris Dam State Park's Songbird Trail is an excellent destination for birders
looking to spot a variety of avian species in a beautiful natural setting. The
trail is a moderate 2.5-mile loop that winds through forests, meadows, and
along the shores of Norris Lake. Along the way, birders can expect to see a
diverse range of songbirds, including woodpeckers, warblers, thrushes, and
vireos. The best time to visit the trail is in the spring and summer when the
birds are most active and vocal. Overall, the Songbird Trail at Norris Dam
State Park is a must-visit destination for any birding enthusiast looking to
experience the beauty and diversity of East Tennessee's birdlife.