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Bexar Audubon Monthly Meeting

wed25jan6:30 pmwed8:00 pmBexar Audubon Monthly MeetingSpeakers series on all things avian and wild.

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Bexar Audubon is a diverse and supportive community that values our natural world and works together to ensure a healthy habitat for birds, other wildlife, and people. They host regular outings and events, including a monthly meeting on a range of environmental topics.

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January Event:

Field Ornithology Camp at Hog Island

Join us Wednesday, January 25 in the conference room at Alamo Colleges District, 2222 N. Alamo, for our first in-person gathering for a monthly meeting in almost three years! We’d like to invite you to arrive at 6:00 PM for refreshments and socializing before the program begins at 6:30 PM. If you plan to attend in person, please sign up here so we know how many people we will need to accommodate with refreshments and seating.

Yvette Stewart, Community Outreach Coordinator for Audubon Texas, will present via Zoom about her Field Ornithology Camp at Hog Island, which was a week of all things avian, learning in small groups, field settings about bird biology and evolution, nesting behavior, songs, migration, and conservation. Yvette has a Bachelor’s in Wildlife and Conservation Biology from the University of Rhode Island and Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Texas. A lover of all creatures from tiny spiders to soaring eagles, Yvette is most happy when she’s showing others the wonders of the natural world and prompting people to learn and grow in the great outdoors. She has been with Audubon Texas since 2018 and currently leads two state-wide programs: Audubon’s Conservation Leaders for Young Women (ACL) and Bird City Texas (BCT).

Corina Solis, Senior Conservation Assistant, Mitchell Lake Audubon Center (MLAC), will give a recap in person of the camp she attended, Birds of Maine Island: A service week. The campers learned seabird identification, bird banding, adaptations, migration, and ecology while participating in active restoration work. Corina has a degree in Biology with a concentration in Ecology from Texas A&M-San Antonio and has been with MLAC for four years.

This meeting is approved for AAMN AT hours.

To Join the Zoom Meeting From Home, Click HERE
Meeting ID: 830 1430 9223
Passcode: 061445

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(Wednesday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm(GMT-06:00) View in my time


Alamo Colleges District

2222 N Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78215

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