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Archway Gallery Exhibition Benefits Houston Audubon

Archway Gallery Archway Gallery will hold its Sixth Annual Juried Exhibition, benefiting Houston Audubon July 12-31, 2014. The reception is on July 12 from 5 – 8 PM at 2305 Dunlavy, Houston 77006. This is a free event and public attendance is encouraged.

For more information please visit the Archway Gallery website.


Have Birds - Will Travel
by Mary Anne Weber

Since 2000, the Houston Audubon Education staff has logged over 250,000 miles educating youth and adults on the Upper Texas Coast. Now, thanks to a generous donation from John Whitmire and Susan Maclin, the Houston Audubon Education Department has a "Birdmobile"! Transporting birds, displays, nests, stuffed specimens, life size models, books, computers, projectors and speakers takes quite a bit of space and the education staff is thrilled with their new vehicle. The Education Team is working on a vehicle wrap that will not only get audiences excited about programming but also market Houston Audubon as they travel the highways and byways in southeast Texas. Whether they are traveling through a small rural town to visit Master Naturalists or the inner city of Houston to visit a group of students studying birds, the Birdmobile will spread the message of bird conservation and education along the way.


Mary Anne Weber Recognized by The Garden Club of America

Mary Anne Weber receives the Elizabeth Abernathy Hull Award The Garden Club of America's Elizabeth Abernathy Hull Award annually recognizes the outstanding achievements of individuals furthering the early environmental education of children. Established in 1992, the Hull Award recognizes chosen recipients who honor Miss Hull's common sense approach to environmental awareness by inspiring children under 16 to appreciate the beauty and fragility of our planet.

A woman ahead of her time, Miss Hull (1900–1996) was an active member of the Ridgefield Garden Club and credited her mother and grandmother with instilling her own passion for the environment.

The 2014 Garden Club of America's Elizabeth Abernathy Hull Award was recently given to Houston Audubon's own Mary Anne Weber, Houston Audubon Education Director, at the Garden Club of Houston's Annual Luncheon. Garden Club member and Houston Audubon board member Doris Heard nominated Mary Anne last year. Please join us in congratulating Mary Anne on a most deserving award! [More]

Houston Audubon Fall Raptor Photography Shoot

October 11, 2014 9-11 AM

Register for Fall Raptor Photography Shoot
Register online.

Hawks, falcons, owls and more await you at Houston Audubon’s Fall 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. Whether you use a simple point and shoot or serious photography equipment, you will enjoy meeting and learning about these awesome birds. Breakfast will be served on the deck for all to enjoy during the shoot. This event is one of the many benefits of a Houston Audubon membership. [More]

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