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BAS Program Thursday Nov. 20, 6:30pm

Free & Open to the public.6:30pm at TriPoint (corner of 281 & N. St. Mary's, click for map)

Birds in the city

Texas is a major flyway for many migratory birds and is home to over 600 bird species. Jessica Alderson, Texas Parks & Wildlife Urban biologist will discuss the unique challenges citizens, city staff and wildlife biologists may face when dealing with bird populations in the city.

Jessica Alderson received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in wildlife and fisheries sciences from Texas A&M University. In 2008, Jessica began working as an Urban Biologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. In 2012 she transferred to the Urban Office in San Antonio. As an Urban Biologist Jessica performs professional planning, management, research and public outreach associated with wildlife, habitat and natural resource management specific to the San Antonio area.




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peregrine falcon with TPWD biologist Matt ReidyTexas Parks & Wildlife biologist Matt Reidy shares stories about his peregrine falcon at the October Bexar Audubon Society meeting.




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Sept-Oct-Nov Bexar Tracks newsletter

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Keep cats healthy! Keep them indoors. Visit the 'Cats Indoors' website to learn more.

Did you know that outdoor cats kill horned lizards and are a threat to the survival of the Texas State Reptile?

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Welcome the ducks back for the winter!

Mitchell Lake Audubon Center

Saturdays December 6 & 13

10am - 6pm

Two Saturdays in a row MLAC celebrates ducks and the amazing birds they are. Join us for tours around the wetlands to see thousands of ducks like Northern shovelers. Learn about cool duck adaptations. Enjoy workshops and activities on duck identification. And enjoy a sunset winter wander on the trails before the day ends.

For a schedule and more information, please visit the website for Mitchell Lake Audubon Center: