Friday, Feb 17th - Monday, Feb 20th, 2017 - GREAT BACKYARD BIRD COUNT - see side panel for more details

Upcoming Events

  • Great Backyard Bird Count

    02/17/2017 to 02/20/2017

    This year’s GBBC is happening this weekend: February 17th – 20th.  Count birds anywhere – state parks, national parks, local parks, etc., not just your backyard.  There are lots of parks in College Station:  Lick Creek, Bee Creek, Veteran’s and Brison, to name a few. See the GBBC website, by clicking on Read More, for how

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  • BIRDING 101


    Rio Brazos Audubon Society (RBAS) invites the public to a beginner bird walk.   Destination  TBA

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  • Birding the Dakotas and Black Hills: Where East Meets West


    Our March program will be presented by Dr David Scott, when he will introduce listeners to the birding opportunities in the Black Hills of South Dakota (and Wyoming) and North Dakota. The region brings together a myriad of eastern and western  bird species. The region is also rich in history and beauty.

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    03/17/2017 to 03/19/2017

    March 17th-19th, Spring Break Overnighter. Location to be determined

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  • Birding from a Cruise Ship: Jamaica to Acapulco, through the Panama Canal


    John and Helen Baines will show us the wonderful birds they saw at several ports of call on their Panama Canal Cruise.  Hand feeding Red-billed Streamertails and Yellow-faced Grassquits in Jamaica, watching Magnificent Frigatebirds and Yellow-headed Caracaras along the Panama Canal, plus their first taste of Costa Rica and southern Mexico.

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    Rio Brazos Audubon will have a booth at the Earth Day event on April 22nd, 2107 at Wolf Pen Creek Park in College Station

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  • The Red-cockaded Woodpecker in East Texas


    Donna Work, from the Texas A&M Forest Service, Lufkin, will tell us about the work they are doing in the State Forests and on private land in East Texas.  We will find out about the management of habitat, monitoring activities, nautral history and the status of the population of the Red-cockaded Woodpecker in this area.

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