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Road Scholar: More Information

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Road Sholar Program at Mo-Ranch
Participants stay in motel-style housing with two queen beds and a private bath in each room. In season, you can enjoy the swimming pool or take a dip in the cool, crystal clear Guadalupe River. Hiking trails provide pleasure for those who like to see native wildlife in their natural habitat. Birders have an opportunity to see two endangered species during springtime - the black-capped vireo and the golden-cheeked warbler.
April brings out the beautiful wildflowers that the Texas Hill Country is noted for. Our participants also enjoy evening entertainment ranging from Native American lore, to a country singer, to a presentation on local birding. The Cowboy Artists of America museum is often on our schedule of sights to see during the week.
Participants arrive by 4:00 pm Sunday and depart the following Friday at lunch.

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