August 3 Audubon Program

Free & Open to the Public.

On Thursday, August 3, 2017 at 7:00 PM the San Antonio Audubon Society (SAAS) and Bexar Audubon Society will have a combined monthly meeting at the San Antonio Zoo Education Center. The program “One of a Kind—Monotypic Families of Birds” will be presented by David Sarkozi, an organizer and leader of trips across Texas and in Central America for more than 15 years. He is very knowledgeable about birds that have no other living close relatives: those that are distinct enough to be placed not just in their own genus but in their own family.  David is also in the middle of a Texas ‘Big Year’…he has tallied 470 species as of July!  You can follow him on his blog:


Welcome to the National Audubon Society chapter for the San Antonio and surrounding area.  Join us to learn, preserve, and enjoy the natural beauty where the Texas Hill Country meets the Coastal Plains.

Our Mission:  To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.

Local Tree Ordinances attacked by Gov. Abbott

Our Texas Governor and some legislators are proposing legislation that would PROHIBIT CITIES FROM PROTECTING HERITAGE TREES!  Unbelievable as this may sound, developers have the ear of the Governor and have long sought the elimination of any local environmental and conservation laws.  Bexar Audubon Society has joined a statewide coalition of organizations to oppose this legislation.  Please visit: , sign the petition and contact your representative.



Defend our Trees!

The following is a letter from Annalisa Peace, of the Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance, of which Bexar Audubon Society is a member: Dear GEAA members and friends, Perhaps Governor Greg Abbot favors this landscape as “the Texas Brand”… … but, we love a different view Texas.  We love our trees. That’s why we’ve approved local …

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