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April 17 BAS Program

Warbler Identification 101

by Craig Hensley, Texas Parks & Wildlife Dept.

6:30pm at TriPoint (corner of 281 & N. St. Mary's, click for yellow warblermap)

 Are you confused by the many Warblers passing through our state in spring and fall? What about our winter warblers? Join us for an educational and entertaining presentation on warbler identification for beginners and experienced birders alike. Naturalist and birder extraordinaire. Craig Hensley, will be our teacher for this program.

Craig Hensley holding a sparrow!

Craig Hensley has been a Naturalist/Educator for 30 years, working at nature centers from Minnesota to Texas and places in-between. A native of Iowa, Craig has a B.S. inFisheries & Wildlife Mgmt. and a M.S. in Zoology, and is a licensed bird bander.Craig presently works for Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept. at Guadalupe River State Park as the Park Interpreter, Volunteer Coordinator and Resource Specialist.

Warbler Woods Sanctuary Field Trip! Sunday, April 27th - 8 AM -Noon: Join us to visit this gem during peak migration! For reservations, email or call 210-837-0577

Bexar Audubon Society is a member of EarthShare!Earth Share logo

Save the date! BAS Program Thursday May 15 6:30pm

eBird Program graphic

Birding with many of the new electronic gadgets, apps, and citizen science websites like eBird is not just a new fad: it is a great way to learn, participate in citizen science, and enhance your enjoyment of birds.

From great new apps like Merlin for bird ID to eBird to enter bird sightings —to other great apps and sites like Hummingbirds@Home, BirdJam, BirdSpot, and more - the opportunities to enhance the modern e-birding trip are endless!

Originally from small-town South Dakota, Jason "the Birdnerd" St. Sauver has spent the last 10 years educating and birding across the country. Most recently, Jason spent 7 years with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service educating kids and performing bird surveys in the forests of New England, the beaches of Cape Cod, or the salt flats of northern Utah. He is the Interim Director and Education Manager for the Mitchell Lake Audubon Center. He is thrilled to be birding and educatin' for y'all in his new state of Texas! See Time & Location details on front page!

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Audubon Texas Assembly March 1-2

Audubon convened the first Texas Andy Sansom addresses Audubon Texasassembly in Bastrop the first weekend of March. Andy Sansom, Director of the TSU Meadows Center for Water & the Environment (pic at right) addressed Chapter members from throughout the state about the importance of their work for the environment and the future of our state. Breakout sessions covered a wide variety of issues and topics from water to Important Bird Areas to improved Chapter communications. Thank you to all Bexar Audubon members who joined in.

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

cat killing bird

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