The Rio Brazos Audubon Society serves the Brazos Valley of Texas, promoting enjoyment of birds and other wildlife in their natural environment. A chapter of the National Audubon Society, we invite you to participate in our scheduled field trips and activities to explore and encourage wilderness and natural beauty in our environment.
By becoming a supporting member of The Rio Brazos Audubon Society you help pay for honorariums to our speakers, provide materials for projects, and cover printing costs for informational materials. With your support we hope to be able to take on more projects that might make a difference for birds and other critters in our area.
Our monthly program meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday night of each month and are located at the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History at 6:30 PM. Click here for a MAP.
Our Saturday field trips meet at 7:00 AM 1207 Texas Avenue South (across from the A&M Golf Course, between Gilchrist and Francis, 1 block north of George Bush Drive) Bring snacks, binoculars, bug spray, sunscreen, etc.
Our Birding 101 meets at Lick Creek Park at 8:30 AM by the Chimney Swift kiosk near the parking lot (except in July and August they start at 7:30 AM)
1-14-2015 - The Land of the Maya - Birds, Archaeology, and Culture by Brock Huffman. Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, 6:30 PM.
1-17-2015 - Field Trip - Huntsville Area - meet at 7:00 AM 1207 Texas Avenue South.
2-7-2015 - Birding 101 - meet at Lick Creek Park at 8:30 AM by the Chimney Swift kiosk near the parking lot.
2-11-2015 -Leif Anderson on Darwin's Finches. Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, 6:30 PM.
2-14-2015 - Field Trip - Washington-on-the-Brazos Sparrows - meet at 7:00 AM 1207 Texas Avenue South.