Saturday, April 29th, 2017 - The BIG SIT at Brison Park - see side bar for more information

Upcoming Events

  • BIG SIT

    04/29/2017

    The Rio Brazos Audubon 2017 “Big Sit”, part of the Great Texas Birding Classic events, will take place on Saturday, April 29th at Brison Park in College Station.  Our team, the “Brazos Banditry”, will count the birds from a 17 foot diameter circle, between 5 AM and 9 PM. In 2016, the “Brazos Banditry” team

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  • BIRDING 101

    05/06/2017

    Rio Brazos Audubon Society (RBAS) invites the public to our free monthly beginning bird walk at Lick Creek Park, College Station, on Saturday May 6th at 8:30 AM. Please meet at the Equestrian parking lot. Dress appropriately. Items you might want to bring: sunscreen, insect repellant, bottled water. Bring binoculars and a bird ID book

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  • The Red-cockaded Woodpecker in East Texas

    05/10/2017

    Our May program will be presented by Donna Work, from the Texas A&M Forest Service, Lufkin. She will tell us about the work they are doing in the State Forests and on private land in East Texas, which will include the management of habitat, monitoring activities, natural history and the status of the population of

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  • MAY FIELD TRIP

    05/13/2017

    North American Migration Count for Brazos County – Country Club Lake and Brison Park Meet at 7:00 AM in the parking lot of the Brazos Center, 3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan, to carpool.  Bring snacks, binoculars, bug spray, sunscreen, etc.

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  • A TEXAS BIG YEAR

    06/14/2017

    Our speaker this month is David Sarkozi, who will tell us about the Big Year he did in 2015. More details later.    

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  • Northern Bobwhite in the South Texas Plains

    09/13/2017

    Speaker: Rachel Smith. Does Time Change Everything? The Northern Bobwhite has been an iconic gamebird for centuries across much of the eastern United States. They are an important indicator species for the health of native grassland areas. Unfortunately, these birds have been on the decline since the 1960s across much of their range. However, south Texas

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