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Meetings and Field Trips

You are welcome to attend monthly meetings, featuring speakers on birding and natural history topics, and including a delicious member-provided evening meal -- with desserts! Our monthly field trips are fun and educational, and focus on locations along the coast, marshes, prairies, and forests of the area.


Sea Rim State Park Christmas Bird Count
Saturday January 3, 2015
Meet in Sabine Pass at 7:00 a.m.

 

at the intersection of Highway 87 and FM3322 in Sabine Pass. This is at the stop sign in Sabine Pass, where Highway 87 turns west.

Countdown dinner at 6:00 p.m., location to be confirmed.

Please contact John Whittle at johnawhittle@aol.com or 409-722-4193 (H), and let us know you plan to attend so we can make the best possible area assignments.

Orange County Christmas Bird Count

Thursday January 1, 2015
Meet in Orange at 7:00 a.m.

at the Service Station at the intersection of Highway 105 and FM1442.

Contact Ken Sztraky 409-385-2835 (H) or berrysheepfarm@att.net.

Please join us for what we hope will be two enjoyable birding days. All are invited, even if you are not an experienced birder or are only able to bird for part of the day. Feeder watchers are welcome to participate. Let us know in advance and we will find a suitable group for you to join. The more pairs of eyes in a group, the more birds will be seen.

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Other local counts which will welcome your participation include the Johnson Bayou count on Tuesday December 16 (contact Ken Sztraky, berrysheepfarm @att.net or 409-385-2835), the Bolivar Peninsula Count on Thursday December 18 (contact Steve Mayes at sgmayes@hotmail.com or 409-722-5807),.the Turkey Creek Count (in the Big Thicket north of Kountze) on Saturday, December 20 (contact John Whittle at johnawhittle@aol.com), the Beech Creek Count (in the Steinhagen Lake area) on Saturday December 27 (contact as for Turkey Creek) and the Trinity River Count on Tuesday December 30 (contact Stuart Marcus at 936-336-9786 or stuart_marcus@fws.gov.). More details of all counts under News.. 

 

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