News and events at Houston Audubon
News and events at Houston Audubon
  • What's the Deal with Backyard Mosquito Sprayers?
  • Board of Directors Election Results
  • Zineera Seth Joins the Houston Audubon Team
  • Birdathon 2018
  • Spring Migration Roundup
  • Walk in the Wet Sand
  • Summer Birding & Sanctuary Walks
  • Volunteers Make It Happen!
  • Woodland Park Swift Tower
  • Meet Winston
  • Edith Moore Workday Volunteers
  • Bird Profile: Merlin
  • In the Summer Skies Over Houston
Thanks for being green and reading The Naturalist online.
Focusing on the people of Houston Audubon.
  • Eagle Scout Project to Deepen Edith Moore Pond
  • The Top 8 Benefits of Volunteering
  • Save the Date for 2018 Gala: Birds, Bugs & Blooms
  • Texas Bird Festivals: July-September
  • Least Tern Breeding Progress
  • BP Energy Workday at Edith Moore
  • Girl Scouts at Winters Bayou
  • Amazing Birding Day
  • Beak of the Week Profiles: White-tailed Kite, Mottled Duck, Tricolored Heron, Black Vulture, Horned Lark
Girl and Boy Scouts have done some very productive projects this spring.

See a short video on Twitter where Kristen Vale reports on successful efforts at Bolivar Flats.


Purple Martin migration hits peak numbers in July and August. Three watches are scheduled. Check the website for locations and times which are determined by where the martins are seen in biggest numbers.
A list of festivals in Texas for the summer, including dates and links. Kept up to date.
Hawk Migration Class: Sep 18 & 22
Learn to identify hawks and practice on the field trip while watching the hawks migrate.
Registration is open for this weekly program for 3-5 year olds held at Sims Bayou Urban Nature Center. There is a new bird every week.
This year's Gala celebrates our Bird-Friendy Communities program.
Read about this stunning trip to the Canopy Lodge on Sep 29-Oct 6, 2018.
Armand Bayou
Jul 14
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