Tag Archives: birds
The Texas Bluebird Society holds its annual event in Midlothian on August 3, 2019. More info: https://texasbluebirdsociety.org/Events.php
Ever wondered why woodpeckers don’t get concussions, or how the Yellow-bellied Sapsucker got it’s name? The Rio Brazos Audubon Society invites the public to a free program,”Woodpeckers: Their Diversity and Biology” on Wednesday June 12, at 6:30 PM at the Brazos Center, 3232 Briarcrest Drive in Bryan.
The Rio Brazos Audubon Society invites the public to a free bird walk, Birding 101, on Saturday June 1st at Lick Creek Park Meet at the Visitor Center at 8:30 AM. Drinking water, bug spray, and sunscreen are recommended.
The Rio Brazos Audubon Society invites the public to a special free program on Wednesday May 8, at 6:30 PM at the Brazos Center, 3232 Briarcrest Rd in Bryan. Our speaker will be Kelly Norrid, from Texas Parks and Wildlife, who will talk about Becoming a Bird City, and what it would mean to the area.
Master Naturalists interested in AT for this seminar on hawks: It will count as AT time in VMS. After you attend, record under AT-Kleb Woods Nature Preserve TMN AT Report Hours. I won’t be able to attend due to work, but I hope you who do attend, enjoy the training. Let me know if you do not have AT-Kleb Woods on your list of approved AT opportunities so that I can go into VMS & approve it for you. Thanks & enjoy the outdoors. Sue McBeth Welfel AT… Read More →
The Rio Brazos Audubon Society invites the public to a free Birding 101 bird walk on Saturday May 4. Learn to find and identify local and migrating birds. Meet at the bridge at Brison Park, 400 Dexter Drive, at 8:30 AM.. Bring binoculars if you have, bug spray, and water
Big Sit @ Brison Park – May 4, all day Dear all, as you will no doubt be aware this Saturday May 4th is our annual Texas Parks and Wildlife, Texas Birding Classic Event at Brison Park in College Station kindly sponsored by Moore Wild Birds. For those that have not done the event before we will be birding the park from dark until dark from within the confines of a designated 17 foot diameter circle, which is located in the last field before the trees on the… Read More →
Good Morning Members of Brazos Valley Master Naturalists: If you plan to attend this seminar, please let me know so that I can set up the AT-opportunity in our chapter in VMS. Thanks, Sue McBeth Welfel email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Sent from Outlook From: (TMN) Texas Master Naturalists <TMN@LISTSERV.TAMU.EDU> on behalf of Meuth, Mary P <mpmeuth@TAMU.EDU> Sent: Monday, March 18, 2019 8:31 AM To: TMN@LISTSERV.TAMU.EDU Subject: [TMN] FW: Coastal Prairie MAY Program–It’s Time for a Makeover! Understanding Bird Plumages by Kristine Riv Master Naturalist Program–It’s Time for a Makeover! Understanding Bird Plumages by Kristine Rivers… Read More →
Dear all, I’m leading the night bird walk at Lick Creek this evening 7.30-9.30pm. We will try for Chuck-Wills Widow, Common Nighthawk (I had my first of the season a couple of nights back) and whatever owls we can rustle up. Fingers crossed we will also run into some other cool night time critters and get to hear the coyotes! Please meet me in the main parking lot at 7.20pm it should be fun. Please remember a good portion of the trails are probably flooded and dress accordingly,… Read More →
The Rio Brazos Audubon Society invites the public to their monthly meeting and program Wednesday April 10 at 6:30 PM at the Brazos Center 3232 Briarcrest Drive in Bryan. This month’s speaker will be John Hale,talking about his Brazos Big Year.