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  • Travis Audubon Upcoming Events - – Baker Family Open House
    20th Anniversary Celebration Birdathon Dawn Chorus Come enjoy this rare glimpse of our beautiful wildlife sanctuary at this fun event for the whole family Join guided tours featuring Golden Cheeked Warblers native plants butterflies and insects Kids can take part in a variety of activities such as nest box building bird identification bird bean bag toss and making a pine cone bird feeder Picnicking welcome Trail snacks water and gatorade

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  • Travis Audubon – Birdathon
    9E Ranch with Shelia Hargis and Joan Kent Bohls Saturday April 9 6 30 am 3 00 pm Hershey Ranch Birding with Bill Lindemann and the Sansoms Saturday April 9 7 00 am 1 00 pm Tour and Breakfast at Chaetura Canyon with the Kyles Saturday April 9 8 00 am 12 00 pm WAITLIST Early Birders Breakfast with the Birds off of Lime Creek Road Sunday April 10 6 30 am 10 00 am Backyard Birding for Kids Saturday April 16 2016 9 00 am 12 00 pm Birding Upper Texas Coast and East Texas with Eric Stager and Matt Colbert Saturday April 16 20 Sneak Preview of Powderhorn Ranch Saturday April 30 8 00 am 4 00 pm WAITLIST May Spring Birding at Commons Ford with Ed Fair Sunday May 1 7 30 am 11 30 am Sneak Peek of Powderhorn Ranch Sunday May 1 8 00 am 4 00 pm Team Jandarosa Spring Birding in Hays County with Mark Wilson and Steve Janda Friday May 6 7 00 am 1 00 pm Dawn Chorus Breakfast with the Birds and Terry Banks and the Wheelers Saturday May 7 6 15 am 9 00 am Cherry Springers with Chuck Sexton Tuesday May 10 6 30 am 1 00 pm Baker Walk with Chris Murray and Cindy Sperry Rescheduled to Saturday May 21 8 00 am 11 00 am Birdathon Teams Birdathon teams compete for the most number of species observed and most money raised Find a time a place to go and a group of friends and register your team If you do not want to form a team you can contact the team leads and see if there is room to join an existing one Support Birdathon Teams with your donations Contact the lead to join a team

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  • Travis Audubon Upcoming Events - – MONTHLY MEETING: Small Mountain Owls of Colorado
    CALENDAR All Events MONTHLY MEETING Small Mountain Owls of Colorado May 19 6 30 pm 8 30 pm Event Navigation FIELD TRIP Super Tuesday at Commons Ford Ranch Metropolitan Park led by Deb and Lee Wallace 2nd Annual Pikes Peak Birding Nature Festival Small Mountain Owls of Colorado Thursday May 19 2015 6 30pm doors open 7 pm program By Scott Rashid Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute Free for Members and One Guest 10 Non Members Our last monthly meeting of spring features Scott Rashid Scott will speak about his wide ranging research interests concerning the tiny owls that inhabit the area in and around Rocky Mountain National Park There have been many unanswered questions about the Northern Saw whet Northern Pygmy Flammulated and Boreal Owls such as preferred nesting habitat longevity favored prey and site fidelity With his dedicated volunteers banding station data and hands on rehabilitation experience Scott is increasing our understanding of these charismatic creatures Learn more about Scott s passion for all things avian at http www carriep org Special thanks to longtime Travis Audubon members John and Anne Donovan who have made Scott s visit possible Google Calendar iCal Export Details Date May 19

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  • Travis Audubon
    May 4 and 10 Owl Workshop with Scott Rashid May 21 Birding 102 The goals of the Birding 102 series are to continue the intensive instruction and practice in the field that we had during Introduction to Birds Birding to visit more interesting birding locations to see more great birds and to experience and discuss different aspects of birds and the birding year such as migration breeding behavior and conservation The course is comprised of numerous field trips throughout the year Due to the popularity of the series these field trips are only open to graduates of Travis Audubon s Intro to Birds classes who are members of Travis Audubon Typically there will be the field trip followed by lunch and a debriefing session and discussion about the birding topic for that month The plan is to offer six to eight Birding 102 field trips throughout the year Each field trip will be advertised as a stand alone session and registration will be required for each field trip Shelia Hargis is the instructor for the course Shelia loves teaching Introduction to Birds and Birding and looks for any reason to go birding with her students after they have graduated Birding 102 Berry Springs Breeding Birds June 19 with Shelia Hargis Birding 102 Aquarena Springs Breeding Birds July 16 with Shelia Hargis Community Opportunities Songbirds Guide to Gardening with Jane Tillman March 31 Backyard Birding Brown Bag with Jane Tillman April 6 Birdathon is April 1 May 15 there are planned events and teams to join Go to Birdathon page for more activities You can also look at past classes Past Travis Audubon Classes Policies Course Registration To register for any Travis Audubon class follow the directions in the class descriptions If the class is full sign up on the waiting

    Original URL path: http://travisaudubon.org/home/?page_id=23 (2016-05-02)
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  • Travis Audubon Upcoming Events - – Book Signing — The Adventures of a Chimney Swift Family
    at Commons Ford Ranch Metropolitan Park led by Deb and Lee Wallace Please join us for a Book Signing Art Show and Open House featuring T he Adventures of a Chimney Swift Family by local authors Anne Donovan and Kay Hart Illustrated by Georgean Z Kyle Meet the authors and illustrator of this delightful new children s book at this family friendly event Please RSVP by May 8th Directions sent

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  • Travis Audubon – Membership Information
    to our full color bi monthly e newsletter Signal Smoke Discounts on tuition for our popular educational classes and workshops 10 Discount at Painted Sky Inn on Lake Buchanan Each new membership receives a copy of Birds of the Austin Texas Region A seasonal distribution checklist 50th Anniversary Edition 10 Youth 18 years old and younger 35 Individual older than 18 years 50 Family up to 4 members in household 100 Vireo 4 members in household bumper sticker 250 Warbler 4 members in household bumper sticker VIP field trip 1 500 Lifetime All member benefits a patch or t shirt and more Become a Sustaining Member for as little as 10 each month All benefits corresponding to your cumulative annual giving plus recognition in six issues of Signal Smoke Are you a business interested in partnering with Travis Audubon Click here for information about our Birds Business Partnership levels 1 Become a Sustaining Member 2 Become a Member 3 Renew Your Membership Online 4 Join or Renew Your Membership By Mail Print and complete this form and mail it with your check made payable to Travis Audubon Society to Travis Audubon 3710 Cedar St Box 5 Austin TX 78705 5

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  • Travis Audubon – Classes & Field Trips
    monthly meetings are a great for fellowship Our meetings are on the third Thursday of each month except for June July August and December Free for Members and One Guest 10 Non Members Visit the website calendar to learn more about the individual speakers and events Adult Classes Our classes are led by professional instructors with significant relevant experience to the topics Many of our classes fill up early so if you are interested don t wait to register Field Trips Membership is not required beginners are welcome and most field trips are free If you enjoy our field trips please consider joining Travis Audubon Victor Emanuel Conservation Award Luncheon Travis Audubon s Conservation Award is named for Victor Emanuel who has been a pioneer in ecotourism and conservation Victor Emanuel Nature Tours based in Austin is the largest company in the world specializing in birding tours Birdathon Birdathon is one of Travis Audubon s most engaging and entertaining ways to protect Central Texas native birds Like a walkathon Birdathon participants collect pledges for finding and counting bird species Celebrate Urban Birds Celebrate Urban Birds is a project started by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology to engage diverse urban audiences

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  • Travis Audubon – Member Login
    of Central Texas CONSERVATION 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 p Member Login Travis Audubon account holders

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