The 565 acres of wildflower meadows, ponds, forests, and swamps that make up Birdsong play host to a variety of birds and other wildlife.
Volunteers say the scenery is doubly nice today because it's Easter, and visitors left with a feeling of renewal.
Says tour guide and nature enthusiast Beth Grant, "I think so many people are plugged in to electrical things, and you just really do lose a sense of yourself and real contact with the real world and I do see [Birdsong] as very spiritual."
Birdsong was created as a conservation area in the 1980s.
It's home to a nationally-acclaimed 'bird window' where watchers can feast their eyes on all different species of the winged creatures.