For millennia, valleys around Mount Magazine have been natural corridors used by transient wildlife. For some species passing through Arkansas, southward migration peaks in late September and early October. Birds, dragon flies, butterflies, even spiders pass over the mountain in large numbers. Experience this natural phenomenon from the high cliffs of Cameron Bluff. Join a park interpreter and other observers as we identify and tally migrants of all kinds.
Meeting Place: Gazebo Wall on Cameron Bluff Overlook Drive
10:00 am - 11:00 am