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Birdwatching by Horseback

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Asbury College in Wilmore leads Birdwatching by horseback tours in March and April. The morning tours on trail horses visit an overlook of the Kentucky River Palisades, wooded areas and rolling fields to spot birds.

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7 Responses to “Birdwatching by Horseback”
  1. Mike says:

    What a great job Mr Rainwater has done with this program for the Asbury College.I travel all over the state and never have meet anyone who puts this much heart into such a program.

  2. Randy says:

    what a great way to spend a morning, look forward to doing this when we come up for spring break

  3. James says:

    Everyone should go to the farm and watch at least one sunrise and bring your own coffee.

  4. Cindi says:

    What a wonderful way to see the area around the Kentucky River Palisades, where there is a profusion of birds local and migrating. We had a wonderful, relaxing time, with a knowledgeable guide and trustworthy horses. I highly recommend it!

  5. Sandra Church says:

    If only I lived near Asbury College (I live in VA)! They have combined two of my favorite activities…trail riding and bird watching! Maybe more equestrian groups around the country will start a similar opportunity! Keep up the good work!

  6. LINDA SVEC says:

    Sarah Reeves does and outstanding job! You’ll have a wonderful time.

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