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Found a sick, injured, or orphaned bird?
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Today, roughly 85% of Texans live in cities. Click to learn about your ecosystem and what you can do for urban conservation.
The Trinity Bird Count
Help Audubon count birds on the Trinity River. Helping scientists since 2011, the Trinity Bird Count is a great way to help the community and the environment, enjoy the outdoors, and gain scientific knowledge.
Audubon Centers - Opening New Eyes to Nature
At our Audubon Centers in Dallas, Cedar Hill, and San Antonio, Audubon Texas is introducing students to nature as a context for life-long learning.
Your Field Guide to Audubon Texas
Click to read about what's going on at Audubon Texas and our centers and conservation programs.
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Long characterized as a land of wide open spaces, the Lone Star State is increasingly defined b...
Trinity Bird Count
The Trinity Bird Count is citizen science effort to count every bird species in and along the T...
Injured, Sick or Orphaned Birds & Wildlife
Audubon Texas does not take in or treat injured, sick, or orphaned animals. If you have found a...
Our West Nile Virus Prevention Policy
Audubon Texas supports governmental agencies in their commitment to human health and safety, an...
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Monthly Giving: Becoming an Audubon Texas Advocate
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