Houston Audubon's Big Year
Houston Audubon's Big Year
Sims Bayou Urban Nature Center is now the Raptor and Education Center. Read about the ribbon cutting and the function of the new facility.
See shorebirds galore on the coast. You can control this advanced cam to point and zoom in on the flocks of avocets and pelicans.
We are committed to protecting our coastal sanctuaries. Check out our resource page to read the lastest developments. Join us by sending an email comment to the Army Corps of Engineers.
  • BirdCast: Perspectives on Bird Migration in North America
  • Ringing in 50 Years of Bird Conservation
  • High Island Patch & Spring Migration Sneak Peek
  • Bolivar Flats Webcam
  • Birdathon 2019 Save the Date
  • Sculpture in Memory of Flo Hannah
  • Birds, Bugs & Blooms Gala
  • Welcome Meredith Segal
  • Thank You Office Volunteers!
  • Summer Camps at Sims and Edith Moore
  • Nature Photography with Houston Audubon
  • Bird Profile: Field Sparrow-Spizella pusilla
Thanks for being green and reading The Naturalist online.
Focusing on the people and places of Houston Audubon.
  • Flo Hannah Sculpture Unveiling
  • Young Professionals Advisory Council Kickoff
  • Birdathon 2019 Dates Announced
  • Hear Thousands of Birds on Bolivar Peninsula
  • Owls Presentation for Pre-K Children
  • New 50th Anniversary Logo
  • Beak of the Week Profiles: Blue Heron, Ruddy Turnstone, Merlin, Eared Grebe
  • Fun Facts, little known gems about birds


Join us for a birding competition on the day before the Super Bowl at Archbishop Fiorenza Park Phase 2. We want to exceed last year's big success.
The newest bird survey is at Pine Gully Park in Seabrook. Pine Gully is great for shorebirds, seabirds, songbirds, and raptors all in one location.
Birdathon 2019: Feb 22-May 19
Get ready for our best season ever. Registration opens on Feb 22 and the Kick-off Workshop will be Mar 10.
Feb 2
Hermann Park
Feb 11
Mar 2
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