Bexar Audubon Society promotes the conservation of habitat for birds and other wildlife, supports National Audubon Society efforts and encourages responsible local action through education, research, and advocacy.
FEBRUARY 2020 Wednesday, February 26, 6:30 PM Eco Centro*, 1802 N. Main Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78212
“Whooping Cranes – Back From the Brink”
After suffering a dramatic decline in the 19th century, Whooping Cranes have made a recovery in Texas thanks to the collaborative work of governmental and conservation organizations. As the population grows, the birds will need more high-quality habitat, and all should continue to support this “comeback” species. Join us February 26th to learn about the history and the future of Whooping Cranes with Anna Turkett from the International Crane Foundation.
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Friday, February 14, 8:30 AM Great Backyard Bird Count Bird Walk at The Greenline
Enjoy a bird walk with Mitchell Lake Audubon Center’s Angel Poe at The Greenline, a 43-acre south side park at 2532 Sidney Brooks near Brooks City Base. For RSVP, contact Fred Loxsom at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860/455-3422.
Monday, February 17, 8:00 AM Birding in the Hill Country
Join us to enjoy winter birding northeast of Comfort, Texas. Space limited. For RSVP and details, contact Patty Leslie Pasztor at email@example.com or 210-837-0577.
Sunday, March 1, 8:30 AM Walker Ranch Park
Meet in the parking lot at 12603 West Avenue and look for birds along the various trails in the park, including a portion of the Salado Creek Greenway. RSVP to Lora Reynolds (firstname.lastname@example.org or 210/414-0792).
Friday, March 20, 8:00 AM Lost Maples State Natural Area, 37221 FM 187, Vanderpool, TX 78885 Join us to discover birds, plants and more at this Hill Country park. Bring water and a sack lunch. The entrance fee is $6.00/person. Space limited. RSVP to Sherie Gee at email@example.com or call 210/367-1625 and leave a message.