News and events at Houston Audubon
News and events at Houston Audubon
  • A Swift Night Out at the Movies
  • The Past Year in Review
  • Migrating Hawks
  • Natives Nursery Open House
  • Fall Events
  • Youth and Family Programs
  • Herp Study at Edith Moore
  • Bats in Houston
  • Field Trips
  • Sanctuary Walks and Monthly Bird Surveys
Thanks for being green and reading The Naturalist online.
Focusing on the people of Houston Audubon.
  • Young Professionals Advisory Council Announced
  • Houston Library Program
  • Rain Brings Out Box Turtles
  • Director of Development Position Opening
  • Flo Hannah Honored by Native Plant Award
  • Edith Moore Herp Study Final Report
  • Horseshoe Marsh Cleanup
  • Ramp Up Your Hummingbird Feeders
  • Beak of the Week Profiles: Great Crested Flycatcher, Wood Stork, Brown-headed Cowbird, Seaside Sparrow
Youth Programs at Edith Moore
After School Nature Explorers Club is for kids 6-12: two series on 2nd and 3rd Thursdays.
Campfire Nights is for kids 5-12 who love nature: Oct 12


Come to see the updated Legend of Pale Male at a special event hosted with Land Sea & Sky.
This is our 1st open house with a presentation on how to plant with natives and a discount for purchases.
Our September Speaker Event featurs a 60-minute movie screening of On the Wing and a talk about the importance of conserving Chimney Swift habitat.
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.
Designed for current and new bird survey leaders. Covers eBird and needs for Chimney Swift monitoring and surveying in habitat restoration areas.
Fall photography event featuring hawks, falcons, owls and more at Sims.
Gala 2018: Oct 18
This year's Gala celebrates our Bird-Friendy Communities program. Purchase tickets now.
Nature Travel
Victor Emanuel: Panama Canopy Lodge on Sep 29-Oct 6, 2018.
Kathy Adams Clark: Romania Sep30-Oct11, Bhutan Oct 19-30.
Thanks to both for supporting Houston Audubon.
Hermann Park
Sep 10
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