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Did you know Texas has three Audubon Centers? Nationally, Audubon opened its first center, the Greenwich Audubon Center in Connecticut, in 1943. Today the 41 centers in Audubon’s network are places to learn about and enjoy birds and their habitats. They serve as local hubs of conservation opportunities, and afford visitors the ability to connect with the natural world.
Our three wonderful centers include, Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center in Cedar Hill, Mitchell Lake Audubon Center in San Antonio, and Trinity River Audubon Center in Dallas.
We invite you to connect with our Audubon center staff on this second Bird Friendly Texan Webinar in August. Let’s hear about their center, programs, and resources to become a conservation leader in your own backyard.
Julie Collins, Center Director, Dogwood Canyon
Erin Magerl, Senior Coordinator of Education, Mitchell Lake
Jake Poinsett, Program Manager of Academic Programs, Trinity River
Yvette Stewart, Senior Outreach Coordinator, Audubon Texas as Moderator