Cleburne State Park Professional Review and Guide
"The 528-acre park, located in the White Rock Hills, contains a 116-acre lake of clear, clean water, flowing from 3 natural springs beneath the lake. It is a quiet park, good for early morning walks. Named for Confederate general Pat Cleburne, the park was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the late 1930s.
Key birds: Wild Turkey, Greater Roadrunner, and Rufous-crowned Sparrow are present year-round. Wood Duck, Common Poorwill, Scissor-tailed Flycatcher, and Indigo and Painted Buntings occur in summer. Osprey, Mountain Bluebird, and Fox and Harris’s Sparrows can usually be found in winter. This eTrail provides detailed information on birding strategies for this specific location, the specialty birds and other key birds you might see, directions to each birding spot, a detailed map, and helpful general information."