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AT: Winter Birds Of The Upper Texas Coast

Online Zoom

Field Trip: November 14, 2020 Winter is an excellent time to be outdoors! Generally mild weather, few mosquitoes, lots of birds from many families: gulls, shorebirds, sparrows, hawks, ducks and... Read More →


VSP: Houston Audubon’s Archbishop Fiorenza Park Survey Phase II

Archbishop Fiorenza Park Phase 2 13551 Westpark Drive, Houston

Monthly Bird Survey at Archbishop Fiorenza Park Phase II September 21, 2020 Survey: The Houston Audubon practices social/physical distancing and cannot have any single group larger than 10. They start at 7:30 AM in the main parking lot and will split the group, if needed. Have a mask on hand if/when social/physical distancing is not... Read More →


VSP: Houston Audubon’s Bird Survey at Woodland Park – SUSPENDED

Woodland Park 212 Parkview Street, Houston

HAS Monthly Bird Survey at Woodland Park has been suspended. Woodland Park, located a few miles from downtown Houston in Woodland Heights, is an excellent park for urban birding.   Join the Friends of Woodland Park and members of Houston Audubon for a 2-hour bird walk from 7:30 to 9:30 AM.   They have seen... Read More →

AT: Sparrows Of The Upper Texas Coast

Online Zoom

Field Trip: December 12, 2020 Sparrows are a beautiful and exciting part of our natural world! We will learn how to begin to identify this very challenging group. Many species of sparrows are small birds, secretive, colored in shades of browns and grays and affectionately referred to as “LBJ’s” (little brown jobs). I like to... Read More →


VSP: Houston Audubon Volunteer Work Parties at the Raptor and Education Center

Houston Audubon Raptor and Education Center 3997 River Drive, Houston

    Join the Houston Audubon for a morning of gardening and sanctuary maintenance! This is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and help in the community! Volunteer services can include trail maintenance, filling bird feeders and baths, litter pick-up, native gardening, and invasive species removal. COVID-19 Precautions: Houston Audubon is requesting a maximum... Read More →