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Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve

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Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve

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350 E Galleria Dr, Henderson, NV 89011-1903
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Al Q wrote a review Oct 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada138 contributions70 helpful votes
What a true gem, in the middle of no where. You can spend hours here just walking around the preserve. Beautiful ponds and walking areas. Funny thing is you can see Vegas from here, and still feel so far away from the noise of the city. So glad we came here..
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Date of experience: October 2020
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53Coop wrote a review Mar 2020
Provincetown, Massachusetts28 contributions6 helpful votes
This is a brilliant gem near Las Vegas. We needed some outdoor time after two days indoors and this was great. Our Lyft driver had no idea it was there and planned to bring his kids there the next day. Roadrunners, verdin, Gambel’s quail, American avocet, northern shoveler, ruddy duck, cinnamon teal, hummingbirds, and much much more! The staff was wonderful and kind to this visitor from the East Coast. Go here if you love birding!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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ocotillo wrote a review Feb 2020
Tucson, Arizona96 contributions86 helpful votes
We spent 2 hours here and saw 35 different birds, including some we have not seen for a while like crissal thrasher, marsh wren, canada and snow geese. Quiet and peaceful. The biggest problem is that is closes at 1:30.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ken L wrote a review Feb 2020
Albuquerque, New Mexico92 contributions25 helpful votes
The area is 140 acres of ponds, marsh and desert scrub. It is nicely maintained by the local Audubon Society volunteers. There were lots of waterfowl, hawks, sparrows, warblers, kinglets. We also saw a Great Horned Owl, several black crowned night herons, green heron, white-faced ibis and snowy egrets. The staff was friendly, helpful and willing to share information and locations on recent sightings and behaviors I would highly recommend to any birders, photographers or natural lovers.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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surfintrekie wrote a review Jan 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada132 contributions48 helpful votes
a nice place to walk, hike and cycle through. looks to places to view the birds. take the back trails and ride out to lake Las Vegas
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Date of experience: November 2019
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