Alamo Heights Urban Trail Project
Welcome to Hondondo Creek Trails
The Friends of Hondodondo Creek Trails have created a 501(c)3 to revitalize and extend a unique urban trail in the heart of Alamo Heights, Texas. The trails are a treasure of nature, and their preservation and growth will forever be a gift to the region.
The Judson Nature Trails next to the Alamo Heights Pool are the best know legs of the trail system. Extended legs in various states of accessibility go NW to Jones Maltsberger, and NE up to Acacia.
News! SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2016
The second Saturday monthly “Beginners’ Bird Walk” of the San Antonio Audubon Society (SAAS) will start at 7:30 AM on Saturday, June 11, 2016. Meet the trip leader Georgina Schwartz at the Judson Nature Trails in Alamo Heights, 246 Viesca Street. Non-members are welcome and binoculars with instructions can be provided. For more information call Georgina at (210 ) 342-2073 or visit the website at www.saaudubon.org. FREE
For birds to be seen in the basin: http://ebird.org/ebird/hotspot/L275881?yr=all&m=&rank=mrec
The Friends have a big job, and need lots of help. It's a multi-generational project, and your children and grandchildren will have fond memories of walking the woody trails in the morning, and seeing rare plants, birds, and friends with strollers and canes. The Judson Nature Trails have been under the careful administration of the San Antonio Audubon Society, and are beautiful. We want to improve and extend them.