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Brazil, Pantanal Safari: Birds and Jaguars
August 27 through September 9, 2015
South America’s Pantanal region is the world’s largest tropical wetland, the result of several rivers draining seasonally into an ancient inland basin. The rivers bring nutrient-rich sediments that fuel an explosive flush of life unparalleled in the Americas. Houston Audubon and Victor Emanuel Nature Tours are offering a special departure this summer to visit the spectacular Pantanal and the adjacent Cerrado savannas in the heart of southern Brazil.


H-E-B Tear Pad Campaign Supports Houston Audubon

H-E-B tear pad campaignThe popular H-E-B tear pad program returns to H-E-B Stores throughout Texas during April 2015. Customers can purchase $1, $3 and $5 coupons that will help support nonprofit organizations that do environmental work across Texas.

Many thanks to H-E-B! [More]

Houston Audubon Spring Raptor Photography Shoot

May 30, 2015: 9-11 AM

Register for Spring Raptor Photography Shoot
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Hawks, falcons, owls and more await you at Houston Audubon’s Spring Raptor Photography Shoot. You will have the opportunity to photograph Houston Audubon’s education raptors in an intimate setting at Houston Audubon’s Sims Bayou Urban Nature Center. [More]

May Membership Meeting

Birding the Amazon: Among the Avian Riches of the Cristalino Jungle Lodge, Brazil

This event is free and open to the general public.

Speaker: Stephan Lorenz
Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Time: Social at 7:00 PM. Presentation begins at 7:30 PM.
Place: United Way Center, 50 Waugh


The Amazon Basin extends over vast swaths of South America and can rightfully be called the cradle of biodiversity. [More]

Nominations to the HA Board of Directors

The nominating committee of the HA Board of Directors recommends the following slate for election to the Board of Directors. Elections will be conducted at the membership meeting on May 19, 2015. Also, according to the By-Laws, nominations will be accepted from the floor. [More]

Birds and Blooms at Camp Allen in Navasota
May 1-3, 2015
Spend the weekend exploring the 1,100 forested acres, attending expert-led sessions and hiking scenic trails with experienced guides. Seminars include: live owl and hawk demonstrations, Audubon presentations, wildlife photography, nature journaling, bird identification, and sunrise bird watching. Education Director Mary Anne Weber, Education Director, and Richard Gibbons, Conservation Director, will be among the presenters.


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