Tag Archives: birding

March 6, 2024 Chapter Meeting & March 10th Birding Opportunity at TRAC

Discovering the Joy of Birding Spending time in nature is essential for our well-being and we are genetically inclined to prefer nature, having spent thousands of years of evolution before the development of modern cities. Humans have evolved with birds and their songs and seeing birds in nature makes us happy because when they are thriving, we are reassured that we can also thrive.   In north Texas, we are lucky in that we live within a major migration flyway and we have lots of opportunities to see unique… Read More →

January 4, 2023 Chapter Meeting

January 4, 2023 Chapter Meeting: Feed your Competitive spirit with Birding as a team sport! Register for ZOOM meeting On Wednesday, January 4th, join us as we hear from Shelly Plante, Nature Tourism Manager for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, to learn more about the Great Texas Birding Classic and Texas Pollinator BioBlitz. Texas Master Naturalists have been great participants in both of these events over the years, so come learn how you can take part in the fun, too! The 27th Annual Birding Classic is this spring… Read More →

Backyard Birding & Audubon’s 123rd Christmas Bird Count

December 7, 2022 Chapter Meeting Backyard Birding & Audubon’s 123rd Christmas Bird Count Register for ZOOM meeting On Wednesday, December 7th, our speakers Marcus Cole and David Hurt will talk about birds and birding! Audubon’s 123rd Christmas Bird Count: Leading off the meeting, Marcus Cole, of the Trinity River Audubon Center, will give a short talk on the bird count and how to become involved. Audubon’s 123rd Christmas Bird Count will be held from Dec 14, 2022, to January 5, 2023! https://www.audubon.org/conservation/join-christmas-bird-count Backyard Birding: After Marcus Cole’s presentation, David… Read More →