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  • Travis Audubon – Conservation Partners
    partners in the creation of the Balcones Canyonlands Conservation Plan BCCP in 1996 The Balcones Canyonlands Preserve is the result of a community based effort to protect more than 30 species while allowing development to occur in western Travis County It was established through a permit issued by the U S Fish and Wildlife Service to the City of Austin and Travis County in 1996 The Preserve protects about 30 000 acres of prime habitat in western Travis County Preserve tracts are owned by public and private partners including the City of Austin Travis County the Lower Colorado River Authority the Nature Conservancy of Texas and the Travis Audubon Society as well as private landowners making it one of the country s largest urban preserves Travis Audubon s Baker Sanctuary comprises 715 acres of the BCP Commons Ford Contact Ed Fair commonsfordpro gmail com A prairie of approximately 40 acres encompasses the central portion the area surrounded by the main trail of Commons Ford Park At present the prairie is comprised primarily of King Ranch Bluestem Bermuda Grass and Johnson Grass all invasive species with scattered small mesquite trees The prairie also has two very small oak groves of 2

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  • Travis Audubon – Urban Habitat Committee (gardening for wildlife)
    Sanctuaries Baker Sanctuary Chaetura Canyon Blair Woods Citizen Science Partners Garden For Birds Resources GET INVOLVED Membership Support Birds Business Jobs Volunteer Travis Audubon Online Store Contact Us CALENDAR Urban Habitat Committee Chair Sue Anderson The Urban Habitat Committee works with home owners and schools providing information and education on good stewardship for wildlife emphasizing the impact of our activities on wildlife habitat The Urban Habitat Committee was instrumental in

    Original URL path: http://travisaudubon.org/conservation/urban-habitat-committee (2016-05-02)
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  • Travis Audubon – Links
    We link to the sites of non profit organizations doing work that is in line with our mission especially those in Central Texas To suggest web sites for this page please e mail us a brief message and the URL Links Coastal Birding Maps Corpus Christi Birding Sites Rio Grande Valley Birding Sites Rockport Birding Sites South Texas Birding Hummingbird Migration Map Major birding organizations general American Bird Conservancy American Birding Association American Ornithologists Union Association of Field Ornithologists Audubon formerly National Audubon Society Bird Conservation Alliance Cornell Lab of Ornithology World Birding Center Major birding organizations specific Hawk Watch International Hummingbird Society North American Bluebird Society Pacific Seabird Group Purple Martin Conservation Association Raptor Research Foundation Waterbird Society For Additional Information American Birding Association Audubon Texas the state organization Austin Butterfly Forum Austin Herpetological Society Austin Organic Gardeners Austin Parks Foundation Bamberger Ranch Preserve Bastrop County Audubon Society Bat Conservation International Capital Area Master Naturalists Chimney Swift Conservation Coastal Conservation Association Texas Friends of Balcones Canyonlands Friends of Enchanted Rock Friends of Bright Leaf Gulf Coast Bird Observatory Hill Country Alliance Hill Country Conservancy Hill Country Outdoor Guide Hornsby Bend Bird Observatory Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center National Wildlife

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  • Travis Audubon – Birds & Business
    a simple first step in helping conserve natural resources for Texas future Why Partner with Travis Audubon When you become a member of Travis Audubon s Birds Business Partnership you Play a vital role in securing a sustainable productive environment for future generations of humans and wildlife alike Affiliate with a well respected established organization Travis Audubon a non profit founded in 1952 is a strong leader in the land and water conservation movement sweeping Texas and the nation The organization serves a four county region surrounding the city of Austin and has an annual reach of nearly 432 000 citizens Travis Audubon owns and manages three ecologically unique wildlife sanctuaries totaling over 700 acres Create a positive environmental reputation by supporting Travis Audubon s collaborative efforts with individuals organizations corporations and governments in enhancing the quality of life for people birds and other wildlife throughout the Texas Hill Country Provide your employees opportunities to volunteer for nature conservation activities or take part in education and recreation programs Travis Audubon engages people through recreational birding expands their horizons through education programs and involves them in conservation actions from planting trees and counting birds to working with local state and national policy makers Birds Business Partner Benefits Bald Eagle 3 000 Benefits VIP field trip for up to 10 employees Table for 10 at the Victor Emanuel Conservation Award Luncheon Prominent recognition at the luncheon printed program on screen and verbal mention Company logo and link on Travis Audubon website Make Birds Your Business logo for use on company website letterhead advertisements provided upon request Public acknowledgement of company support in Travis Audubon s Annual Report Company logo in Signal Smoke electronic magazine Weekly e mail updates on volunteer opportunities upcoming activities and events at Travis Audubon Golden cheeked Warbler 1

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  • Travis Audubon – Volunteer
    these events or just join our pool of volunteers please click the Volunteer button at the bottom of this page Click here for upcoming volunteer opportunities Ongoing Opportunities Sanctuary Steward Crews Help maintain our sanctuaries through trail maintenance non native plant removal and planting Special Events If you like to throw a party this opportunity is for you Help at any of our various membership events throughout the year Outreach

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  • Travis Audubon – Online Store
    interest in ordering a print We have various sizes and matting options available When writing please let us know which print s you are interested in and we will provide you with ordering info Checklists Birds of The Austin Texas Region A Seasonal Distribution Checklist This 50th Anniversary Travis Audubon checklist includes a map of birding locations and an easy to read seasonal distribution chart for each species 5 each Laminated Guides Choose from nine different Quick Reference illustrated guides including Alligators Birds of Central Texas Butterflies Dragonflies Hummingbirds Raptors Shorebirds Snakes Golden cheeked Warbler and Wildflowers These colorful laminated guides highlight everything you need to know to identify native flora and fauna 10 each Guide Alligators Birds of Central Texas Butterflies Dragonflies Hummingbirds Raptors Shorebirds Snakes Wildflowers Warblers Swift Books Chimney Swifts America s Mysterious Birds above the Fireplace by Chaetura Canyon s own Paul and Georgean Kyle A fascinating narrative of the history and habits of the Chimney Swift by the experts full of beautiful drawings and photographs 20 each Chimney Swift Towers Chimney Swift Towers New Habitat for America s Mysterious Birds A Construction Guide by Paul Georgean Kyle Detailed information and directions for building free standing Chimney Swift structures 15 each The Adventures of a Chimney Swift Family The Adventures of a Chimney Swift Family by Kay Hart and Anne Donovan This charming children¹s book has 40 pages of full color brilliantly illustrated paintings by Chaetura Canyon steward Georgean Z Kyle 18 each T Shirts Tan 100 cotton T shirt with an image of a Golden cheeked Warbler against the silhouette of an oak tree 25 each Sizes Small Large Extra Large Purple Martin Party T Shirts 100 preshrunk cotton T shirt with swirl of purple martins 25 each Select Color Size Ash Youth Medium Ash

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  • Travis Audubon – Contact Us
    telephone 512 300 BIRD 2473 Baker Sanctuary telephone 512 219 8425 Please mail any and all correspondence including membership dues grant documents contributions and donations and address changes to the address below We do not receive correspondence at any other address Travis Audubon Society 3710 Cedar St Box 5 Austin Texas 78705 Comments or questions are welcome indicates required field Name Email Subject Message If you have a bird question

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  • Travis Audubon Events for May 2016 -
    Super Tuesday at Palmetto State Park led by Terry Banks CLASS Butterfly Identification 27 28 29 30 Balcones Canyonlands Photo Stroll Doeskin Ranch Chalupas and Chimney Swifts Birdathon Sneak Peek of Powderhorn Ranch Saturday 1 Birdathon Sneak Peek of Powderhorn Ranch Sunday Birdathon Commons Ford with Ed Fair 2 3 FIELD TRIP Super Tuesday at Roy Guerrero Metropolitan Park led by Ken Zaslow 4 5 6 Balcones Canyonlands Conservation Plan 20th Anniversary Celebration Birdathon Team Jandarosa 7 Beginner s Birdwalk Lake Creek Trail Birdathon Dawn Chorus Baker Family Open House 8 9 10 Birdathon Cherry Springers with Chuck Sexton 11 12 13 14 FIELD TRIP Camp Mabry led by Dennis Palafox FIELD TRIP Hornsby Bend Monthly Bird Count 15 FIELD TRIP Commons Ford with Diane Sherrill Book Signing The Adventures of a Chimney Swift Family 16 17 FIELD TRIP Super Tuesday at Commons Ford Ranch Metropolitan Park led by Deb and Lee Wallace 18 19 MONTHLY MEETING Small Mountain Owls of Colorado 20 2nd Annual Pikes Peak Birding Nature Festival National Endangered Species Day 21 2nd Annual Pikes Peak Birding Nature Festival Birdathon Baker Sanctuary Walk with Cindy and Chris Owl Workshop with Scott Rashid FIELD TRIP Hornsby Bend Monthly

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