Robinson's Lodge on Toledo Bend Reservoir

Toledo Bend's Finest Provider of Lodging and Meals

Guide Service for Fishing, Duck Hunting, Wildlife Observation, and Birding

 Catching Crappie, and White Bass on Toledo Bend and Sabine River for over 40 year

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Bird Watching
baldeagle        osprey       roadrunner        hummingbird    sandpiper

The diversity of habitat found here in the East Texas’s piney woods makes for a rich birding experience. From the shores of Toledo Bend Reservoir where wading birds and waterfowl abound, and frequent sightings of Bald Eagles, Ospreys, and peregrine falcons occur, to the thick pine and hardwood forest that cover much of the rolling hills in the region where many varieties of eastern forest and western prairie birds come together. The endangered red cockaded woodpeckers flourish and colonize next to the long legged terrestrial roadrunner. Some of the flatter terrain in the region has been cleared for cattle and agricultural production, rounding out the habitat for the area. The spring and fall migrations are especially rewarding for birders looking for that one elusive species that may be unchecked on his or her list. The fall migration of waterfowl is rich with species of different flyways that overlap the East Texas border. In early spring the trees and bushes come alive with the colors of many different birds in their full breeding plumage heading north to nest. Robinson’s Lodge is located on the northwestern shore of Toledo Bend and adjoins the Sabine National Forest. Either land or water bound excursions are available to birders looking to take that special outing with family, friends, or club members.
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Robinson's Toledo Lodge Rd.
Shelbyville, TX. 75973